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

Proven Criminal Defense Attorneys
in Kent County Michigan

Facing criminal charges in Kent County, Michigan? Turn to the skilled criminal defense attorneys at D.G. Moore for strong defense strategies and unwavering advocacy. Led by attorney David G. Moore, our firm has a comprehensive understanding of the legal system and extensive experience in handling a wide range of criminal cases. Attorney Moore’s background as a former assistant prosecutor equips him with invaluable insights into the local justice system and the tactics employed by the prosecution. We understand the gravity of the situation you are facing and are committed to protecting your rights and future. Our dedicated legal team will conduct a thorough analysis of your case, build a solid defense strategy, and tirelessly advocate for your best interests throughout the legal process. Contact us today for a strong defense in Kent County.
Experienced criminal defense lawyer in Grand Rapids, MI providing aggressive representation for criminal charges.

Meet Criminal Defense Attorney

David G. Moore

From his beginnings in West Michigan, David’s early educational career took him to Arizona State University. He earned his BA degree and graduated in 1997, before moving on to Thomas M. Cooley Law School. As a law student, he earned Dean’s List honors for numerous semesters. David graduated in the top one-third of his law school before graduating in 2001.

In his first position, David served as an assistant prosecutor, pursuing criminal charges on behalf of the government. He gained significant skills and experience in his role as a prosecutor and never lost a felony trial. Now in private practice fighting for defendants, David draws from this knowledge to formulate defense strategies. His approach balances minimizing the charges, while also taking advantage of opportunities in court. Clients benefit from his honesty, compassion, and personalized approach to criminal defense. David is admitted to the bar in Michigan, Arizona, and federal court.

While not at work defending clients, David enjoys exercise, being outdoors, and cooking. He also appreciates time relaxing with family.

Unparalleled Expertise


Powerhouse Defense Team
With years of combined experience and sharp trial skills, you can trust our firm to identify defenses and implement a powerful defense.
Client Focused Solutions
Trust our team to relentlessly defend your interests and work to secure the best possible outcome, from arrest to your trial date.
Proven Defense Strategies
When you retain our firm, you have access to a team that is dedicated to attaining your defense objectives.

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frequently asked questions

  • How do I benefit from hiring a defense attorney?
    You are at a significant disadvantage trying to defend yourself against the government, its extensive resources, and experienced prosecutors. By retaining a lawyer, you close this gap and have a qualified professional to advocate on your behalf.
  • What are the steps in the criminal process?
    The initial steps are an arrest and arraignment, a court appearance where you enter a plea and arrange for pretrial release on bond. The parties attend court for appearances, motions, and other hearings, and the case is eventually scheduled for trial.
  • What should I expect if convicted on criminal charges?
    Both felony and misdemeanor convictions carry harsh penalties, including jail time and fines. The case will also remain part of your permanent criminal record and turn up in a background check, so there can be implications after you serve your sentence.
  • Can I take advantage of defenses?
    There are multiple strategies to fight criminal charges, especially when you expose weaknesses in the government’s case and attack its evidence. Other defenses include lack of intent, mistake of fact, self-defense, and unlawful search and seizure.
  • Are there other options in criminal cases?
    When a complete defense is not suitable, your attorney will review alternatives such as plea bargaining. In exchange for pleading guilty, you can reduce the charges, your punishment, or both. You may even qualify for programs that drop the charges if you complete terms set by the court.
  • What is your experience representing those accused of crimes?
    Our team has years of combined experience fighting for clients. Having spent years as a prosecutor, our founding attorney brings unique knowledge and skills to criminal defense that benefits you.