Fort Lauderdale Criminal Justice Attorney

My name is William R. Moore and I have been practicing criminal law in Fort Lauderdale for over 20 years. To learn more about my criminal case history and track record, contact me personally: 

 Criminal Justice Attorney William Moore Law Firm

If you’ve been wrongfully accused and charged criminally in Broward County, it’s time to get serious about your defense and talk to our team of veteran criminal lawyers in Fort Lauderdale. There is never a charge to speak with us about a pending criminal matter regardless of whether or not you intend to retain our services.

Our Criminal Lawyers in Fort Lauderdale have defended crime types of all severity including all Misdemeanor and Felony Offenses: Drug Possession, Drug Manufacturing and Cultivation, Domestic Violence, Assault and Battery, DUI Defense, Habitual Driving on a Suspended License, DWLS, Leaving Scene of Accident, Hit and Run, Guns, Firearm Possession, Vandalism, Criminal Mischief, Sex Crimes, Restraining Orders, Justifiable Homicide, Manslaughter, Fraud and White Collar Crime, Child Exploitation, Child Abuse and Elderly Neglect. 

If you’ve been arrested for a crime in Broward County, it’s time to take action. Start talking to local lawyers and get informed. 

At the William Moore Criminal Defense Law Firm, we have been practicing criminal law in Broward County since the mid-90s. Since then, each of us continues to focus on specific areas of Florida criminal law. It’s been over 15 years that we have been defending people charged with crimes out of our local Fort Lauderdale Office which is within walking distance of the Broward County central courthouse.  We are lawyers who have worked together since our first days licensed to practice law. Just as it was then, each of us still focus on specific crime types. We are a 100% criminal defense firm and do not accept other types of cases. No two of us defend criminal offenses of another’s primary career focus.

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2 thoughts on “Fort Lauderdale Criminal Justice Attorney”

  1. My wife has been charge with a DUI in the State of Oregon. She blew a 0.04 after a car crash which she hit a power pole. The cop made her do a field test and failed her then she tested on the CMI INTOXILYZER 8000. FIVE HOURS After the crash so they say she was 0.11 at crash time.

  2. In Florida, having a Blood/Breath Alcohol limit under a .05 created the presumption that the defendant/suspect was not impaired. What the State is trying to do in your wife’s case is a process called Retrograde Extrapolation. This means that a mathematical formula is being applied to the results of the chemical test and the time of the accident. It’s sneaky and inaccurate.

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