Kendall Castello has been a criminal attorney in Dallas for 13 years. He worked at the highest levels of the Dallas County District Attorney's Office and has built a strong rapport with judges, prosecutors, and criminal defense attorneys throughout North Texas. He has tried all levels of cases to jury, ranging from capital murders and murders to drug offenses and DWIs.
Kendall was a strategic leader who worked closely with the District Attorney and then First Assistant Messina Madson to structure and fund the largest diversion program in the country. A national movement, diversion programs allow defendants to seek rehabilitation in exchange for dismissing and expunging their criminal charges.
Named Administrator of the Year by his peers in the DA's Office, Kendall oversaw the DA budget of $49 million. In addition, he formerly served as Administrative Chief of the Family Violence Division and supervised multiple felony courts. He graduated from Southern Methodist University's Dedman School of Law in 2003 after receiving a BA with honors in Biblical text at Abilene Christian University.