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

Renowned Criminal Defense Attorneys
in Kalamazoo County Michigan

When you’re confronted with criminal charges in Kalamazoo County, Michigan, turn to the aggressive defense team at D.G. Moore. Led by attorney David G. Moore, our firm is well-versed in handling a wide range of criminal cases, from DUI offenses to serious felonies. With a deep understanding of the local legal landscape and extensive courtroom experience, Attorney Moore has earned a reputation for providing robust representation to clients throughout Kalamazoo County. We know the immense impact that criminal accusations can have on your life, which is why we are committed to fighting tirelessly for your rights and striving for the best possible outcome. From thorough investigations to strategic advocacy, our skilled attorneys will be by your side, guiding you through the legal process with unwavering dedication. Contact us today and let us mount a strong defense on your behalf in Kalamazoo County.
Experienced criminal defense lawyer in Grand Rapids, MI providing aggressive representation for criminal charges.

Meet Criminal Defense Attorney

David G. Moore

David was raised in rural West Michigan but left the area to explore education opportunities. He attended Arizona State University and earned his BA degree in 1997. After graduation, David continued his education at Thomas M. Cooley Law School, where he was recognized on the Dean’s List for multiple semesters. He graduated in the top one-third of his class in 2001.

In his first role as a legal professional, David was an assistant prosecutor representing the government in criminal cases. He gained significant experience during this time and never lost a felony trial. David then moved into private practice, successfully transitioning his prosecution skills into fighting for defendants in criminal cases. He is equally dedicated to simple misdemeanor cases up to the most serious felony charges punishable by life in prison. David’s approach to representation is multi-faceted, encompassing mitigation options as well as intense trial advocacy. He is admitted to practice in Michigan, Arizona, and federal court.

While not busy working, David enjoys cooking, exercising, shooting, and spending time with his family.

Unparalleled Expertise


Powerhouse Defense Team
We draw from years of experience to provide you with quality legal services and use our meticulous knowledge to develop a solid defense.
Client Focused Solutions
Tough criminal cases require a personalized approach to defense, so we tailor our services to achieve results at all stages.
Proven Defense Strategies
Our clients benefit through effective defense strategies, attaining positive results through an acquittal, dismissal of the charges, and plea bargaining.

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Over 10,000 Cases Successfully Handled

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Frequently Asked Questions

  • What is criminal defense?
    There are ways to beat criminal charges in every case. Criminal defense is the umbrella term for any strategy that aims to achieve an acquittal, dismissal, or other favorable result. Your defense attorney takes advantage of all opportunities to advance your interests.
  • Does your firm handle felony and misdemeanor charges?
    Our team develops powerful defense strategies for both types of cases. We are prepared to represent those accused of drunk driving, violent crimes, sex offenses, weapons violations, drug charges, and many others.
  • How does the criminal process work in Kalamazoo County?
    The case starts with an arrest or indictment, followed by arraignment, reading for the formal charges, and arranging bond. Your case will proceed through pretrial, which involves court appearances, motions, and hearings. Then, a trial date will be set by the court.
  • What are the penalties for a conviction in Kalamazoo County?
    Both felonies and misdemeanors can lead to incarceration, fines, and probation if you are convicted. Criminal laws include a range of punishments, so a judge could review your criminal history and other factors to issue a sentence.
  • Do I have a defense or other options?
    The details vary, but you may get a dismissal due to self-defense, lack of intent, or the government’s failure to prove guilt beyond a reasonable doubt. If you cannot obtain a complete defense, plea bargaining is an option for reducing the penalties.
  • What should I look for in hiring a defense lawyer?
    You need an attorney whose main focus is criminal defense, and who has a track record of successful outcomes. Other important qualities are compassion, dedication to clients, extensive experience in court, and honesty.