Who is Barbara McQuade Husband?
Barbara McQuade is the U.S attorney for the Eastern District of Michigan and also an MSNBC columnist and NBC News and MSNBC legal analyst. She was the first woman to serve as the U.S Attorney for the Eastern District of Michigan after she was appointed by President Barack Obama. She was forced to resign from the position by then President Donald Trump and Attorney General Jeff Sessions on March 10, 2017. She is married to Dan Hurley, who is an assistant U.S. attorney in Detroit, Michigan.
The couple met at the University of Michigan where they both studied Law. After Law School, they became Law clerks for federal judges. McQuade worked for U.S. District Judge Bernard Friedman while Hurley clerked for federal appellate Judge Cornelia Kennedy.
They have been married since 1995 and have worked together. They served as trial prosecutors in the Detroit U.S. Attorney’s office where they were assigned to the general crimes section. They were the first husband-wife team to prosecute a case in the eastern Michigan district when they teamed up to successfully prosecute an internet child pornographer.
The couple have four children together although their names are not public.
Dan Hurley Biography
Dan Hurley is an assistant U.S. attorney in Detroit, Michigan having joined the office in 1992. He has an extensive litigation background, having handled civil, criminal, and appellate matters. In 2008, he won a national award for his prosecution of a conspiracy to drive an African American family from their neighborhood by burning down their house.
Dan Hurley Age
Dan is 57 years old as of 2023.
Dan Hurley Education
Dan did his undergraduate studies at Brown University where he earned his bachelor’s degree, he has an MBA from the University of Michigan Business School, and a law degree from the University of Michigan Law School.
Dan Hurley Family
Hurley was born in Lockport, New York to a dentist father and a mother was a prosecutor before becoming a judge.
Dan Hurley Attorney
Hurley is an attorney who has been with the U.S. Attorney’s Office since 1992. In 1994 he joined a law firm but rejoined the U.S. Attorney’s office in 1995. He has served in the Civil, Criminal and Appellate Divisions. He has prosecuted a variety of criminal cases, from violent crime to public corruption, from hate crimes and human trafficking to computer crimes. In addition, he has served as Professional Responsibility Officer for more than a decade and has been Discovery Coordinator for several years as well. He has been a Senior Litigation Counsel, serving in the Appellate Division since 2019.
He has won many accolades for his work, including a Director’s Award for his work on a racially motivated arson case in Taylor, Michigan.