Meet Mark Solomon

Military Service

Mr. Solomon’s Military Service distinguishes him from many people who have not served this country.

He served in the following capacities:

  • United States Marine Corps Reserve: Mr. Solomon joined the Marine Corps Reserve out of high school and chose to enter a combat occupation field. He served the United States Marine Corps Reserves for almost six years.
  • Gulf War – Desert Shield/Desert Storm: Mr. Solomon was activated in 1990 and deployed to the Middle East where his company was attached to support an infantry company unit.
  • Operation Sea Angel: After the Gulf War was over, and after a months-long period of observation to ensure the Iraqis did not restart hostilities, Mr. Solomon was deployed with the amphibious Marine Expeditionary Unit to the Bay of Bengal to assist in humanitarian aid. This operation, called “Operation Sea Angel,” was, according to globalsecurity.org, “one of the largest military disaster relief efforts ever carried out, with the United Kingdom, China, India, Pakistan, and Japan also participating.”

Continuing Legal Education

Mark Solomon is committed to continually honing his legal skills. Colorado lawyers are required to take 45 hours of continuing legal education every three years. Mark Solomon has continually exceeded this required amount as a dedication to his craft.

Training in Education

Mr. Solomon’s training in criminal defense started in law school. He participated in nine months of criminal defense training in the University of Denver, Sturm College of Law Student Law Office which strives to instill ideal practice standards in representing indigent criminal defendants. Under the finest instructors, he learned how to strive towards perfection when representing his clients.

Internship Training

As an intern in the Colorado Public Defender’s office in Douglas County, Colorado, Mr. Solomon applied his Student Law Office training to a larger volume of criminal defense cases. Because of his training in criminal defense, Mr. Solomon’s clients were treated as individuals facing a difficult time in their lives, not cases to be handled by a public servant. Mr. Solomon received training from supervising attorneys in trial practice while Mr. Solomon performed as lead counsel in jury trials.

Kentucky Public Defender Training

Kentucky Public Defender Training is comprised of almost three full weeks of training in law, practice, and trial advocacy.

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