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Norton Shores Traffic Violations Lawyers
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The rational traffic violations attorneys at the David G. Moore Law Firm represent clients in and near Norton Shores, Michigan, through an extensive grouping of automobile-related crimes. With thousands of traffic cases under our belts, we can promise you that it’s nearly always better to arrive at court fortified with an efficient team of lawyers, rather than struggling to represent yourself. We encourage you to benefit from our extensive experience. Whether you’re looking at a $150 ticket for illegal passing, or a vehicular homicide charge, our valuable attorneys are here to serve you.

Compelling Traffic Crime Solicitors in Norton Shores, Michigan

David G. Moore, a Michigan native, is an ex assistant prosecutor from both Cass County and St. Joseph County, MI. He has a deep-rooted understanding of the prosecutorial side of the system, and now, he employs that experience to represent his clients as a top-notch criminal defense lawyer. 

Attorney Moore and his team of criminal defense attorneys are accessible to help you traverse your way through the Norton Shores traffic court system. Schedule a preliminary consultation today, Come in and review your unique circumstances. We’ll give you rock-solid guidance about what we believe your best alternatives are going forward.

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The traffic crime lawyers at the David G. Moore Law Firm have extensive experience working in Norton Shores, MI. Allow us to work for you and achieve the best possible outcomes in court.
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Each person and every situation is distinctively different. We’re not here to pass judgment, and we’ll invest time to grasp your situation so that we can most effectively represent you in court.
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We have assisted thousands of our valued clients to accomplish the best potential outcomes in their traffic crime court cases. Be the next to benefit from our extensive expertise.

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frequently asked questions

  • What are the likely consequences of a guilty verdict for a DUI charge in Norton Shores, MI?
    If it’s your first DUI conviction, you’re facing up to 93 days in the county jail, and up to $2500 in fines. Alcohol counseling, community service hours, and probation are also expected.
  • Can I accelerate the process of having my driving rights reinstated?
    If your driving privileges have been suspended, you need to pay off all remaining fines, complete any outstanding community service hours, and maintain gainful employment to get your driving rights reinstated ASAP.
  • How do I select an excellent criminal defense lawyer?
    Select your traffic violation lawyer based on reputation and reviews from prior clients. Look for an assertive attorney with a demonstrated track record of success. Meet with her or him to learn more through conversation.
  • How much money does an effective traffic crimes lawyer cost in Norton Shores, Michigan?
    The specific cost for efficient legal representation in the Norton Shores traffic court system varies according to your charges, the clearness of the evidence against you, witness testaments, if others were hurt or killed, the court's accessibility, and other case-specific aspects.
  • What are some typical traffic crimes committed in Norton Shores, Michigan?
    Speeding tickets are especially common. Other regular traffic violations include DUI/OWI, driving without a operator’s license, reckless driving, improper passing, and driving without valid insurance.
  • How can I arrange an initial meeting with a traffic crime attorney at the David G. Moore Law Firm?
    The quickest and simplest way is to call us at (269) 338-8308. We'll answer your immediate questions and schedule an appointment for you to come and review your circumstances with a lawyer.