Verdicts and Settlements

Herrera

After a hard week as a construction foreman you take your boat to the reservoir to relax with your son and your brother. You do your best as a good Samaritan to help two injured people. Instead of going home that day you are handcuffed and taken to jail for murder, with 2 million dollars […]

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Saucedo Case

Jesse Saucedo intended happy night with his friends and his family. He bought twelve tickets to a comedy night at a large theater. What he got was a nightmare. Jesse, age ___, is a Registered Nurse. Several of his guests were nurses. After a pleasant dinner they walked to the theater and took their seats, […]

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McAllister’s Investigation Frees Innocent Man

Kirk McAllister, author of the Brady Book, represents Sandeep Singh, age 41, a businessman and farmer. On June 26, 2016 Mr. Singh was driving his distinctive-looking pickup truck in Modesto, California at approximately 4:00 PM. A 14 year-old girl reported that Mr. Singh stopped his truck as she was walking from a market, and that […]

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McAllister & McAllister – Criminal Defense Attorneys

Today we live in a world where people need criminal defense attorneys more than ever – particularly people who consider themselves law-abiding and thus immune from government
prosecution. For example, at McAllister & McAllister we regularly represent businesses and company executives who are charged criminally because an accident has occurred in the workplace resulting in injury […]

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Stanislaus County Jury finds Defendant Not Guilty

NOT Guilty of Felony Assault: Juries are still the backbone of our justice system. When his client was charged with felony assault, Kirk McAllister requested a jury trial and convinced the jurors that his client was merely acting in self defense. The result: a not guilty verdict. (People v. Lusk, Superior Court Number 1238131, July […]

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Not Guilty of Vehicular Manslaughter – Stanislaus County

Kirk McAllister defended the driver charged with vehicular manslaughter after his passenger was killed in a tragic automobile accident. After Mr. McAllister argued that the accident was caused by another vehicle which fled before the police arrived, the jury found his client not guilty. (People v. Nelson, Superior Court Number 1238845, January 8, 2009)

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Illegal Marijuana Search in Stanislaus County

MARIJUANA CULTIVATION THROWN OUT AS AN ILLEGAL SEARCH: When police responding to a domestic violence call made a warrantless “protective sweep” of the house, they discovered marijuana being cultivated. Based on the initial observation they then obtained a search warrant. Kirk McAllister brought a motion to suppress the evidence of cultivation as the result of […]

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Bail Reduced to ZERO in Merced County

Charged with fifteen felonies, Rudy Buendia was held in custody in lieu of $266,000 bail. As a result of a motion brought by his attorney, Kirk W. McAllister, Mr. Buendia was released on September 17, 2008 on his promise to appear without the necessity of posting bail. “Mr. McAllister said his first priority was getting […]

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Felony Charges Dismissed in Toxicology Investigation

Defense Toxicology Investigation Results in Dismissal of All Felony Charges: A worker claimed that his employer, an international nut grower and distributor, had caused him neurological damage by exposing him to methyl bromide. Kirk McAllister conducted his own toxicological investigation which proved that the man had not been injured by the chemical. The prosecutors were […]

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Baby Murder Charges Dismissed

Defense Investigation Results in Dismissal of Baby Murder Charges: In a highly emotional case involving the death of a two year old baby, McAllister’s investigation proved that his client was not the person responsible for the homicide. When presented with this information, the District Attorney dismissed all charges against McAllister’s client two weeks before jury […]

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