Eileen McInerney

Hill, Barnes & McInerney
23 N Center St
Westminster, MD 21157

Eileen became a member of the Maryland bar in December, 1989. In April, 1990, she joined the Carroll County State's Attorney's Office as an Assistant State's Attorney where she prosecuted all types of criminal cases, including felony jury trials involving violent crimes.

In January, 1995, Eileen joined the Howard County State's Attorney's Office as a Senior Assistant State's Attorney where she tried felony jury trials, including sex offenses against children and adults, as well as homicide and robbery cases. She was named as Prosecutor of the Year in 1997 by the Howard County Chamber of Commerce.

In January, 1998, she joined the Office of the Attorney General as an Assistant Attorney General where she investigated and prosecuted complex and sophisticated white collar crimes, including securities fraud, income tax violations (business and personal), procurement fraud, misappropriation by a fiduciary and felony theft.

In October, 2003 she began investigating and prosecuting healthcare fraud cases in the OAG's Medicaid Fraud Control Unit, as well as cases involving abuse and neglect of vulnerable adults in Medicaid funded facilities such as nursing homes and assisted living facilities. She has also conducted training for hands on care providers and police officers on the issue of abuse and neglect/failure of care.

Ms. McInerney was specially sworn in as an Assistant United States Attorney.

She practices in the areas of divorce, custody, and property, as well as Federal Court and State Court criminal defense, including white collar crime, administrative agency appeals, juvenile delinquency, traffic, MVA hearings, driving while suspended, driving uninsured, and drug charges.


Maryland State Bar Association
Baltimore Carroll Chapter Women's Bar Association, President 2017-2018
Carroll County Bar Association
Maryland Association for Justice
South Carroll Business Association

Bar Admissions:

Court of Appeals, Maryland
U.S. District Court of Maryland