On Thursday, February 9, 2023, the Supreme Court of Missouri entered its Order concerning St. Louis Attorney Mark T. McCloskey’s successful completion of probation as set forth in the August 17, 2021 Order suspending McCloskey from the practice of law for a misdemeanor conviction.

The case is styled ‘In re: Mark T. McCloskey’ with case no. SC99301.

McCloskey was suspended indefinitely by an Order of the Court dated June 17, 2021, in relation to his guilty plea to the class C misdemeanor of assault in the fourth degree in the Circuit Court of the City of St. Louis in case no. 2022-CR01301-01 and thereby committed a misdemeanor offense involving moral turpitude. McCloskey’s suspension is stayed with one-year probation.

The suspension stemmed from the criminal charges filed against McCloskey and his wife for waving guns at several Black Lives Matter protesters in St. Louis in June 2020, according to a local news report.

McCloskey filed a motion for an order of successful completion of probation and the Chief Disciplinary Counsel responded thereto.

Accordingly, the Court having considered McCloskey’s completion of the probationary period deemed it appropriate to enter an Order terminating McCloskey’s probation.

As of today, Mr. Mark T. McCloskey is listed on McCloskey Law Center as a practicing attorney. He attended the Southern Methodist School of Law, graduating in 1985. McCloskey practices in St. Louis, Missouri and has been licensed in Illinois, Missouri, and Texas.

A copy of the Order terminating McCloskey’s probation can be found here.