Our law firm serves clients in Grand Rapids, Kalamazoo and throughout southwest Michigan.

Top-Rated Criminal Defense Attorneys
in Branch County Michigan

When facing criminal charges in Branch County, Michigan, you need a criminal defense attorney who will fight relentlessly for your rights. At D.G. Moore, our founder, David G. Moore, brings extensive experience in handling a wide range of criminal cases, from minor infractions to complex felonies. As a former assistant prosecutor, he possesses unique insights into the local justice system, enabling him to build a vigorous defense tailored to your specific situation. Our team of skilled attorneys understands the gravity of being accused of a crime and is dedicated to providing personalized attention and unwavering devotion to your case. From pre-indictment investigations to post-indictment matters, including jury trials and appeals, we will stand by your side, striving for the best possible outcome. Contact us today for zealous representation in Branch County.
Experienced criminal defense lawyer in Grand Rapids, MI providing aggressive representation for criminal charges.

Meet Criminal Defense Attorney

David G. Moore

David G. Moore’s story starts in rural West Michigan, the son of a parochial math teacher. He received his undergraduate degree from Arizona State University and continued his legal education at Thomas M. Cooley Law School. During his law school career, David achieved Dean’s List accolades for several semesters and graduated in the top one-third of his class.

In his first position as a prosecutor, David amassed significant knowledge of the criminal process and extensive experience in court. He carried these skills over to representing defendants in criminal cases, becoming a seasoned litigation and trial attorney. David has defended many clients facing capital felony charges and other serious criminal allegations. David’s approach to representation aims to maximize mitigation efforts while navigating complex litigation matters. Clients benefit from his honesty and compassion as they face the most difficult challenges with criminal cases. He is licensed to practice in Michigan, Arizona, and federal court.

When not at work, David likes to exercise, go shooting, scroll through TikTok recipes, and enjoy time with family.

Unparalleled Expertise


Powerhouse Defense Team
We have in-depth knowledge of criminal laws, backed by high-level trial advocacy skills dedicated to pursuing all potential defense options.
Client Focused Solutions
Our approach to representation puts your needs first, so you can feel confident that your case is in good hands.
Proven Defense Strategies
With years of experience in criminal defense, we have numerous client success stories that show our dedication to obtaining favorable outcomes.

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Over 10,000 Cases Successfully Handled

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Frequently Asked Questions

  • How do criminal cases work in Branch County?
    When someone is arrested for allegedly violating the law, the government prosecutes the individual and attempts to obtain a conviction. The prosecution must prove guilt beyond a reasonable doubt, and defendants have multiple opportunities to fight the charges.
  • What types of criminal charges does your firm handle?
    Our firm diligently represents clients in a wide range of criminal cases, including DUIs, traffic violations, theft, and white collar crimes. We will also defend your rights in cases involving allegations of sex crimes, violent offenses, weapons violations, and many others.
  • What is the timeline of a criminal case in Branch County?
    After being arrested, your first appearance in court will be your arraignment to hear the formal charges, enter a plea, and make arrangements for bail. Pretrial proceedings may include court appearances and motions, and your case will eventually be set for trial.
  • What factors affect sentencing in Branch County?
    The classification of a crime as felony or misdemeanor is the starting point for penalties. Your criminal history, the location of the offense, and aggravating or mitigating factors may also affect punishment. You may also be able to work out a plea bargain.
  • What is your firm’s experience in handling criminal cases?
    Combined, our team has spent decades advocating on behalf of those accused of crimes, aiming for the best possible outcome. Our firm’s primary practice area is criminal defense, so we are focused on protecting your rights.
  • What should I look for when choosing a criminal defense attorney?
    An attorney with in-depth knowledge of the laws will explore defense opportunities and develop a strategy that delivers results. When a plea bargain would benefit your case, your lawyer will advise you on options.