Mary E. McCluskey earned a B.F.A. at Tufts University, Medford, MA. Ms. McCluskey did graduate work at Brandeis University in the Theatre Arts Dept. on a fellowship. Ms. McCluskey earned a J.D. at Sturm College of Law, University of Denver. Mary E. McCluskey is the producer of "THE THINK TANK", a training program for criminal defense attorneys.
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- Animal & Dog Law
- Domestic Violence
- Horse/Equine Law
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- 8 years professional experience
- Attorney at Law
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- Five + years of experience practicing law in diverse areas; DUIs, Felonies, Misdemeanors/Criminal Defense, Employment and Immigration Law.
- Tufts University
- B.F.A. | Fine Arts
- Brandeis University
- Theatre Arts Graduate School
- University of Denver
- J.D. | Law
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- Colorado Criminal Defense Bar
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- Q. My 21 step son was arrested for sexual assault on a child ( 6 years old). He had a video advisement 2 hours ago.
- A: In felony Sex Assault on a Child cases a “no bond hold” is placed on the accused until the Bond Hearing occurs. This hearing should be held within 96 hours of arrest. Your step son has to remain in jail until the bond hearing before the judge. At the bond hearing the judge sets the bond or may decide to keep the no bond hold in place. Given that your son has already confessed to the crime, you should hire a criminal defense attorney.
- Q. I'm 17 years old in colorado, i want to marry a 29 year old to help gain their citizenship. Is it legal?
- A: I suggest you consult with an immigration attorney as to what qualifies as a "legitimate" marriage. A competent immigration attorney can explain to you what constitutes a real marriage, the different types of marriage fraud under USCIS, and the civil and criminal consequences of marriage fraud in greater detail. This response does not constitute legal advice, which must be tailored to the specific circumstances of your case. You should not act upon information provided without seeking professional counsel from an attorney admitted or authorized to practice in your jurisdiction.