UNITED STATES vs C.S. Client was detained at the Andrade Port of Entry in the Imperial County of California and found to be carrying over 50 grams of methamphetamine. Charged with drug trafficking, and already carrying an outstanding warrant, client faced a mandatory minimum sentence of 10 years imprisonment. John Kirby negotiated new terms until eventually obtaining a…

Macaluso’s attorney, John D. Kirby, argued nothing would be accomplished by sending his client to prison. Kirby told Judge Benitez Macaluso “needs to be out of custody to earn money (to support) his family” and pay back his victims and other creditors. Kirby said a lengthy term of home confinement would be a more suitable…

United States vs. H.V. Defendant, with prior criminal history, was convicted of trafficking narcotics accross the U.S. Mexico border and given 71 months by one of the toughest judges in the San Diego Federal District Court. John Kirby submitted an appeal (an appeal is a request to a higher court to review and change the decision of…

United States vs. D.K. Client, the senior director of a multimillion-dollar pharmaceutical corporation, was charged by the Securities & Exchange Commission with participation in a conspiracy and scheme to defraud by obtaining, sharing, and disclosing inside information belonging to said corporation to a relative. John Kirby negotiated a deferred prosecution (in which a prosecutor agrees to grant amnesty…

DEFENDANT Case Number: 12CR5236-IEG Mark Anthony Lopez SUMMARY OF CHARGES Conspiracy to Commit Securities Fraud, in violation of Title 18, United States Code, Section 1349. Maximum penalties: 25 years in prison, 5 years= supervised release, a $250,000 fine and a $100 special assessment. Destruction, Alteration and Falsification of Records, in violation of Title 18, United…

If you’ve been arrested for or charged with a federal offense, Law Offices of John D. Kirby, A.P.C. can help you by: Thoroughly investigating your case Determining whether any evidence against you may have been obtained illegally Interviewing all parties involved Negotiating reduced charges or penalties with the prosecution, if possible Having a lawyer who…

Former U.S. prosecutor John Kirby was visiting Culiacan on Thursday   Former US government attorney in California, John D. Kirby, famous for bringing cases against Mexican drug traffickers, was visiting Culiacan to give talks about the legal implications of fraud and money laundering.