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Supreme Court declines McCloskey appeal over exercising lawful rights to bear arms in defense, still face potential consequences despite previous pardon

by Frank Bojazi

The Supreme Court has declined to consider an appeal by a couple from St. Louis who may be facing an indefinite suspension of their licenses after they waved guns during one of the racial justice protests outside their home in 2020. The couple was pardoned last year, but that does not remove potential consequences regarding law licenses.

Mark McCloskey, who is a personal injury attorney and Republican candidate for the United States Senate in Missouri, and his wife, Patricia McCloskey, have gained national attention after they marched into their front yard with firearms during a protest against the police killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis.

The protesters were then seen marching toward the St. Louis mayor’s home, said report.

They both pleaded guilty. Mark McCloskey pleaded guilty to misdemeanor assault and Patricia McCloskey pleaded guilty to misdemeanor harassment. They were eventually pardoned by Missouri Governor Michael Parson in 2021, but the state office in charge of investigating allegations of attorney misconduct has been seeking to suspend their licenses.

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It's up to the Missouri governor to step in again, as he did before, and put this to rest.