State of Wisconsin v. RD
R was driving home one night when he didn't see the stop sign at an intersection and ran into another vehicle, injuring six people. To make matters worse, this was R's 3rd time being arrested for drunk driving. Kirk dug through the old records from the prior convictions and found an argument that his constitutional rights had been violated.
State of Wisconsin v. LB
Having lived her life as a peaceful, churchgoing member of the community, all who knew her were surprised when L suddenly had a mental breakdown and viciously attacked her husband. She was charged with a serious felony, facing many years in prison.
State of Wisconsin v AJT
A was accused of a violent battery against another person, who ended up in the hospital. Many people present at the party believed that they saw B there earlier and that he had returned with a group of people to assault the victim.
United States v. JW
WJ was charged with stealing military equipment from a National Guard unit in Western Wisconsin. WJ had two previous lawyers, both of whom told him to plead guilty because there was nothing that could be done. Kirk took on the case and immediately set to work with a detailed investigation into the Army's accountability process and flaws in the supply documentation system.
State of Wisconsin v. BNB
B was at a bar and a group of ruffians decided that they didn't like the way that B looked. The rowdy group followed B into the men's room and attacked him, repeatedly punching and kicking him. B was hit so hard in the face that his eye swelled shut.