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Victorious White Collar Crimes Attorneys
in Holland, MI

Grand Rapids white collar crime lawyer provides strategic defense against charges of fraud, embezzlement, and other white collar crimes, offering aggressive representation and protecting clients' legal interests in federal and state courts.

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If you’ve been charged with a white collar crime like bribery, fraud, embezzlement, money laundering, or wage theft, there’s no doubt that you’re going to need an intensive, intelligent criminal defense lawyer. The David G. Moore Law Firm provides superior-quality legal advocacy, always aimed at charge dismissal or reduction. We’ll do everything possible to ensure the best conceivable result for you in court. Trust us to handle everything for you and decrease your stress load.

Former Prosecutor Turned Criminal Defense Attorney

Attorney David G. Moore is a former prosecutor from both St. Joseph and Cass County, Michigan, and he understands the law from the prosecutorial perspective. He and his team of top-rated criminal defense attorneys represent people accused across a wide spectrum of white collar offenses – and they develop client-centric strategies for every case.

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Powerhouse Defense Team
The white collar crime defense lawyers at our firm deeply understand how devastating a guilty verdict can be for you and your family. Count on us for fervent representation throughout the entire process.

Client Focused Solutions
To deliver the best possible results, it’s important that we understand the nuances of your circumstances. We will consult with you as much as needed to understand the small details of what caused your situation.

Proven Defense Strategies
The team of criminal defense attorneys at the David G. Moore Law Firm has extensive knowledge of the most efficient and effective approaches to litigating white collar crime charges. Trust our experience as we fight for the best outcome.

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Frequently Asked Questions

  • How much does it cost to retain an effective white-collar crimes attorney in Holland, Michigan?
    Each case is unique and has different variables that contribute to the final cost of legal representation. Your specific charges, criminal history, the court's availability, and whether anyone was hurt or killed as a result of your actions all factor into the overall cost of advocacy.
  • Is it possible to contest a white collar crime accusation?
    It's definitely possible. The process begins with understanding the situation and circumstances that led to the accusation. Depending on your unique conditions, the accusation might be able to be challenged based on entrapment, insanity, illegal search, a lack of intent, or even insufficient evidence.
  • Is there a possibility that my white collar crime charges can be dropped completely?
    It's possible, but you have to understand that, in most cases, that doesn't happen without legitimate reasoning. It's always good to keep a positive attitude, and you can be sure that we will do everything possible to have your white collar criminal charge either dismissed wholly, or reduced to a less serious charge. The decision is for the court to make.
  • How long will dealing with a white collar crime accusation take to resolve in Holland, MI?
    Again, every case is unique. There's no definitive guideline to say how long a given case will take to resolve. Some of the factors that determine the timeframe include the quality and availability of witnesses, the clarity and strength of the evidence that's been presented, the court’s availability schedule, and your demeanor in the courtroom.
  • Will I be able to enter a plea bargain?
    There's always that possibility, but it's up to the prosecutor. Plea bargaining is considered a privilege, not a right. The likelihood of you being offered the potential for plea bargaining will depend on how serious the charges against you are, how strong the evidence against you is, your criminal history, the prosecutor's motivation, and the skill of your attorneys.
  • What's the contact number for the David G. Moore Law Firm in Holland, Michigan?
    If you live in Holland or anywhere else in Michigan, you can always call us on the phone at (269) 895-6990. We're here to answer your questions and help you however we can.