William Moore

William Moore is a well respected Criminal Defense Lawyer in Broward County, Florida who has focused his legal career exclusively on criminal defense. Attorney Moore has litigated over 200 criminal jury trials in Broward County of all degrees and severities with great success. In addition to practicing criminal litigation, William Moore regularly lectures on criminal defense tactics in Broward. William Moore has also authored over one thousand works outlining and explaining criminal defense tactics and strategies. Most of William Moore's work is available upon request. William Moore is the founder of the criminal defense firm William Moore Criminal Defense in Fort Lauderdale.

Nitrous Oxide Possession

CBD Oil will be legal to possess in Florida on July 1, 2019

The recent criminal arrest of Hester Burkhalter at Walt Disney World in Orlando Florida has brought much attention to the State law criminalizing the possession of CBD Oil. The fact that CBD is legal under Federal law is of no consequence to the enforceability on the state level claims Attorney William Moore. Many State and Federal …

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William Moore on failure to preserve evidence

Destruction of Evidence in Elbo Room Manslaughter Case

In a Broward County criminal manslaughter case, pending since August 2012, Elbo Room bouncer Christian Nunez was shot and killed by patron Gregory Burns after an altercation. Burns was set to stand trial this year in the matter, however, after defense counsel sought to re-examine evidence in the case, it was learned that all items …

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Domestic Battery Defense

What makes the battery arrest domestic violence?

According to criminal attorney William R Moore, an arrest for battery, misdemeanor or felony, will wind up in front of the domestic violence judge if there is a certain relationship between the accused and the alleged victim. Battery is the unwanted striking of another person, which causes them harm. The level of harm, use of …

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