Criminal Law - DUI | Drunk Driving Defense | DMV Hearings
If you have been charged with multiple DWI's, felony DWI, intoxicated assault, first time DWI, or other criminal charges, I am ready to bring my years of expertise and experience to your assistance in mounting a strong and proper defense. My extensive background in matters relating to DWI will help provide you a full understanding of the law to serve you in this difficult time.
As a former Deputy District Attorney, I have years of experience in criminal law and know that good people sometimes make mistakes or are wrongly accused. Whatever the case, you deserve the very best legal advocacy you can acquire. With my level of knowledge regarding criminal law and DWI, you can count on me to have the skill necessary to mount an effective DWI defense on your behalf.
My Areas of Criminal Law
DUI / Drunk Driving Defense - A DUI / Drunk Driving conviction can be devastating and can result in loss of hard-earned good reputation. A conviction can also carry very high fines, required attendance at alcohol-education classes, suspension and/or revocation of your driver’s license, an increase in or cancellation of your auto insurance, and, in some cases, jail or prison. Generally speaking, losing the privilege to drive can be devastating to a person’s personal life as well as one’s career. I am here to help you through this trying time and mount the strongest defense on your behalf.
DMV Hearings -After a DUI / Drunk Driving charge, you will need capable representation to defend the suspension of your driver’s license at your DMV Hearing. I will diligently investigate your case and consider all your possible defenses and arguments that can be made to effectively defend you at this difficult time.
Expunging Your Criminal Record - You may qualify to have your conviction dismissed, expunging your criminal record. Expunging your record applies to cases where you were sentenced to local jail time, probation, a fine or a combination of these. One of the major benefits of expunging your criminal record is that you can honestly answer "NO" on an employment application regarding a criminal conviction. This can be of great help to your post-case job search and can make your life easier. Contact Leslie Moore for more information and find out if you qualify for expungement.