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Skillful White Collar Crimes Attorneys
in Muskegon, MI
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In the unfortunate situation when you get charged with embezzlement, fraud, bribery, wage theft, money laundering, or any other type of white collar crime in Muskegon, Michigan, you’re going to need intelligent, intense legal representation, right away. 

Take a minute now to contact the team of enthusiastic defense attorneys at the David G. Moore Law Firm. Our highly successful solicitors represent affluent clients across a broad array of white collar offenses, and we develop a unique, client-specific strategy for every case.

Former Prosecutor Turned Public Defender

Attorney David G. Moore is an ex-assistant prosecutor in Cass and Saint Joseph counties in Michigan. He has developed a thorough knowledge of the processes and tactics that prosecutors use to act against individuals for white collar crime. 

Today, he uses his extensive expertise to advocate for his clients charged with nonviolent money- and asset-based criminal offenses. He and his team are always prepared to go the distance at trial, yet do everything possible to have charges dismissed or reduced beforehand. Allow our team to ease your stress load with meticulous, strategic services.

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Powerhouse Defense Team
The white collar criminal defense attorneys at our law firm thoroughly understand the devastating effects that a guilty verdict can yield. We’ll work diligently to ensure the least impactful outcome in your case.

Client Focused Solutions
We care about delivering the best results, and we take time to develop a thorough understanding of every client’s unique situation. Call us today to schedule an initial consultation to review the nuances of the accusation against you.


Proven Defense Strategies
Every attorney here at the David G. Moore Law Firm has direct knowledge of the best approaches to litigating white-collar criminal charges. Trust our ceaselessly dedicated services to protect your rights.

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frequently asked questions

  • How much does a white collar criminal defense attorney cost in Muskegon?
    Every case has unique variables that contribute to the overall cost of representation. The gravity of the charges against you, your criminal past, and other case-specific factors all matter. Come in and discuss your case with us during an initial consultation. We'll discuss the details with you, and offer you reliable advice about your best action course.
  • How will you contest my Muskegon white collar crime charge?
    Our approach begins with developing a comprehensive understanding of your situation and the events that led to you getting charged. Depending on the specifics of your circumstances, we may challenge the accusation against you based on insufficient evidence, entrapment, illegal search, conversion, a lack of intent, and perhaps, insanity.
  • Can a white collar crime case be nullified in Muskegon, Michigan?
    It's possible, and it occurs more than you might think. However, nothing is guaranteed, and having charges dropped or reduced doesn't normally happen without a legitimate reason. So, maintain a positive attitude, but don't expect miracles. You can be sure that we will leave no stone unturned in our attempts to have your white collar charge dismissed completely, or reduced to a lesser degree of seriousness.
  • How long will it take to resolve my white collar crime charge in Muskegon, MI?
    There is no timeline written in stone when it comes to the resolution of any type of criminal charge. Each person and crime are individually unique, and various factors act to determine how long a given case takes to resolve. Some of these factors include the quality of available witnesses, the strength of the presented evidence, the court's availability, and how thoroughly you and other defendants cooperate with the wishes of the court.
  • Will I be able to enter a plea bargain?
    Again, it's possible, but not guaranteed. Every case is unique, and only some cases lend themselves to plea bargaining. It's up to the prosecutor to grant this privilege, and the likelihood of it being offered depends on your criminal past, the seriousness of the charge against you, what's motivating the prosecutor, the clarity of evidence, and, very importantly, the effectiveness of your criminal defense lawyer.