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David G. Moore, Attorney at Law - Grand Rapids, MI

1550 East Beltline SESuite 275 Grand Rapids, MI 49506

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Updated: 09/30/2021

Grand Rapids Traffic Ticket Law Firm


As a former District Attorney, David G. Moore knows how the system works from the inside. Since opening his own practice, he has been involved in prosecuting and defending clients in all aspects of the criminal spectrum, from civil infraction traffic tickets to complex white-collar cases, homicide, sex and narcotics violations...

About David G. Moore, Attorney at Law

Practice Areas

  • Traffic Ticket


Offers Free Initial Consultation

Office Information


1550 East Beltline SESuite 275 Grand Rapids, MI 49506


  • 269-459-8104

Other Offices

David G. Moore, Attorney at Law (Main Office) 5833 Oakland Drive Ste. 2 Portage, MI 49024 269-216-4573

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