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Attorney McHugh Graduated from Suffolk University Law School and earned a bachelor’s degree from Lafayette College. As a law student, she served on the board of the Suffolk Public Interest Law Group, and was a member of the Lefkowitz Moot Court Team. She also graduated from Suffolk Law with Pro Bono Honors, having completed over...
Over the years, I have handled a wide variety of cases, from 1st Degree Murder, Sexual Assault, Aggravated Robbery, Kidnapping, Vehicular Assault and Criminal Impersonation to DUI, DUID, Misdemeanor Assault, Domestic Violence, Harassment, Disturbing the Peace, Misdemeanor Traffic Offenses and most everything in between.
While with the District Attorney's Office I was a member of the Critical Incident Team, responding to officer...
I began representing children accused of breaking the law in order to ensure that they had a voice and were heard. Whatever the outcome in court, when children are given a voice and are heard, they begin to trust and feel respected and empowered. It is important to remember that "delinquents" are children, with undeveloped brains, and they and their families need to be shepherded through the court...
Immediately before that, he served as a Federal Administrative Law Judge for the Social Security Administration.
He has extensive experience working in policy making positions at every level of government, including the local level, the state level, and the federal level, and served as the liaison between the Department of Defense and the American Bar Association from 2010 through 2011.
As a New York Army...
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