Mary E. McCluskey
Attorney at Law


Mary McCluskey has been practicing law in the State of Colorado since 2006. 

Mary McCluskey's law practice is dedicated to criminal defense. She represents individuals charged with felonies, misdemeanors, DUIs, traffic offenses, and DUIs in District, County and Municipal Court. Flexible payment plans and a free 1/2 hour of initial consultation are available.

School of the Museum of Fine Arts - Boston, MA
Tufts University, B.F.A. - Medford, MA
Brandeis University Graduate School of Theatre Arts, Waltham, MA
University of Denver, Sturm College of Law, J.D. - Denver, CO

Colorado Bar Association
Colorado Criminal Defense Bar

Providing representation for clients charged with DUI, DWAI, assault, domestic violence, drug possession, theft and other property crimes,  misdemeanors, and felonies in courts across the Colorado Front Range,  including the counties of:

and in all Front Range municipal courts including:

The General Sessions Division in Denver handles violations of municipal ordinances such as false information, shoplifting, petty theft, loitering, disturbing the peace, assault  as well as drug possession (state petty offense), domestic violence, weapons charges, juvenile offenses and zoning/environmental matters. The General Sessions Division handles cases involving the violation of municipal ordinances which are not classified as a misdemeanor, petty offense, or felony  (and some state petty offenses).  

Denver County Court adjudicates cases involving Colorado Revised Statute violations, including misedemeanors and felonies. Examples of misdemeanor charges would be Driving Under Restraint, Driving Under Suspension, Driving Under the Influence, and Driving While Ability Impaired. The Criminal Division also hears felony cases through the preliminary hearing stage only.

Denver District Court adjudicates cases involving Colordo Revised Statue violations which are classified as felonies.  Some examples of felonies are: arson, assault, burglary, criminal mischief, fraud, kidnapping, manslaughter, murder, menacing, possession of drugs, robbery, sexual assault.