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

Renowned Criminal Defense Attorneys
in Montcalm County Michigan

When you need skilled defense strategies in Montcalm County, Michigan, rely on the experienced attorneys at D.G. Moore. Led by attorney David G. Moore, our firm is committed to protecting the rights and interests of individuals facing criminal charges. With a deep understanding of the legal complexities involved in criminal cases, including as a former assistant district attorney, Attorney Moore has the knowledge and experience necessary to build a strong defense on your behalf. We understand the impact that criminal charges can have on your life and are dedicated to providing you with personalized attention and unwavering advocacy. Our skilled legal team will thoroughly investigate the details of your case, analyze the evidence, and develop a strategic defense tailored to your unique circumstances. Contact us today for skilled defense representation in Montcalm County.
Experienced criminal defense lawyer in Grand Rapids, MI providing aggressive representation for criminal charges.

Meet Criminal Defense Attorney

David G. Moore

David grew up in a rural part of West Michigan, the son of a math teacher. His educational pursuits took him to Arizona State University, where he completed his undergraduate degree in 1997. The next phase of David’s legal career brought him to Thomas M. Cooley Law School, where he achieved Dean’s List recognition for multiple semesters. In 2001, David graduated in the upper third of his law school class.

In his initial legal position, David worked as an assistant prosecutor for the government. He honed his trial skills and acquired extensive knowledge of strategy, never experiencing defeat in a felony trial. These attributes are now crucial as David practices law privately, safeguarding the rights of individuals facing criminal charges. His approach aims to maximize available defenses and opportunities, utilizing various litigation tactics to gain an edge. David is licensed to practice law in Michigan, Arizona, and the US District Court in West Michigan.

When he is not focused on criminal defense, David finds enjoyment in exercise, shooting, and outdoor activities. He also highly values spending time with his family.

Unparalleled Expertise

WHY CHOOSE US?

Powerhouse Defense Team
Our firm has acquired significant knowledge and developed effective trial skills throughout many years of experience representing clients confronted with criminal charges.
Client Focused Solutions
You will always be a priority as we formulate legal strategies, ensuring that you can have confidence in our defense team being on your side.
Proven Defense Strategies
We make use of all available defenses and opportunities as we work towards securing a positive outcome for each client.

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frequently asked questions

  • What is the role of a criminal defense attorney?
    Your lawyer’s responsibility is to capitalize on every possible advantage, option, and opportunity to achieve a favorable outcome for you. This endeavor involves exploiting weaknesses in the government’s case, identifying and presenting defenses, and evaluating alternative strategies to resolve the charges.
  • What areas of criminal defense do you cover?
    Our firm is dedicated to defending clients accused of a broad range of offenses, including DUI, traffic violations, sex crimes, weapons infractions, drug charges, and white-collar crimes. We are also equipped to handle charges related to violent crimes, such as aggravated assault, murder, and manslaughter.
  • How does sentencing work if I am found guilty?
    Misdemeanors carry less severe penalties, but a judge may still impose a jail term of up to one year. Felonies are more serious offenses and can potentially result in several years of imprisonment or even life behind bars.
  • Do judges consider other factors?
    Judges utilize sentencing guidelines to determine penalties, meaning your sentence could be influenced by aggravating factors and prior criminal history. The court also takes into account the nature of the offense, such as drug crimes, offenses against individuals, and property crimes.
  • How will a conviction impact my future?
    In addition to the sentence imposed by a judge, there are collateral consequences that could have an impact on your life. You may lose your driver’s license and any professional or business licenses you hold. Furthermore, a conviction will appear on employment background checks.
  • What factors should I consider when hiring a defense lawyer?
    Experience and specialization are crucial, so make sure to confirm that the majority of clients they represent are in the field of criminal defense. You should also inquire about their courtroom activities and track record of success in trials.