Over 100 Civil & Criminal Cases Successfully Tried
Morgantown Sex Crime Lawyer
Nearly Half a Century of Combined Legal Experience
When you are charged with a sex crime, the situation can feel hopeless. Along with facing possible prison sentences and fines, you could be forced to register as a sex offender and have to change your life completely because of living restrictions. At The Moore Law Firm, PLLC, our Morgantown sex crime lawyer can help you assess your situation and begin working on an effective defense strategy. We are on your side, and we want to help you protect your future.
Types of Sex Crimes
Just because you were charged with a crime does not mean you are a criminal. The Moore Law Firm, PLLC has helped hundreds of our clients with their legal challenges by examining the evidence and constructing effective defense strategies. You should not face your situation on your own. Let an experienced Morgantown sex crime lawyer fight for you.
Our firm handles cases such as:
- Sexual assault
- Child molestation
- Indecent exposure
What are the Penalties for Sex Crimes?
Few criminal convictions have the immediately damaging effects as a sex offense. If you were arrested for such a crime in West Virginia, you could face harsh penalties that include decades-long prison sentences, huge fines, and the possibility of being listed on a national sex offender registry. You need a criminal defense attorney who can fight for you and give you the best chance to protect your future.
Sex Offender Registry
The sex offender registry is online database that has your name, age, distinguishing characteristics and details about the crime that you were convicted of. If you are forced to register this will stay with you for life making it increasingly difficult to find a place to live and work. That is why you need an experienced sex crimes attorney fighting for you.
Award-Winning Defense on Your Side
Since our firm opened, we have been committed to helping our clients tell their side of the story and prevent conviction for a crime they did not commit. Attorney Jared Moore’s work for his clients has earned him an AV Preeminent® Rating from Martindale-Hubbell® and the 2016 Avvo Clients’ Choice Award. We are confident in our ability to help you protect your future and your reputation.
Call us today at (304) 521-2451.
He constantly reminded me not to worry about anything.
“Jared was wonderful in resolving my case. He was professional, kind and very reassuring during the whole process.”
You can’t go wrong hiring Jared!!
“Despite an impossible prosecutor, as well as missing/lost evidence, Mr. Moore aggressively and diligently sorted it all out”
We are beyond thankful for Jared Moore.
“Anytime we contacted him, he got right back to us in a mannered time. He explains everything. From possibilities to what to expect. He does everything in his power to get the best outcome!!”
Jared goes above and beyond to make sure his clients are taking care of.
“Jared always kept the line of communication open and was very responsive if I had any questions.”
No stone left unturned.
“Jared Moore was more than helpful during the whole process and went out of his way to make sure I not only knew what to expect at each step but also made sure all bases were covered.”
Heavily covered by the media, a student was charged with Second Degree Sexual Assault. Attorney Jared T. Moore aggressively attacked the State’s case with voluminous pre-trial and suppression motions. The charge was dismissed with prejudice.
In a case that drew statewide attention, a gentleman was indicted for felony charges of Threatening to Commit a Terroristic Act and Conveying False Information of a Terroristic Act. Following a three-day trial, and destructive cross examinations of the prosecution’s key witnesses, the jury acquitted the gentleman on all charges.
Despite overwhelming evidence – including a full confession – Jared T. Moore got a substantial part of the State’s evidence thrown out at a suppression hearing based upon an illegal traffic stop. The prosecutor dismissed the felony offense of Manufacturing a Controlled Substance (Marijuana).
Former office worker was indicted for embezzling over $90,000.00 from a local business. After filing a surprise suppression motion, Jared T. Moore’s plea negotiations with the prosecutor resulted in a deferred plea to a misdemeanor.
Client was charged with Possession with Intent to Deliver after drugs, a large amount of cash, cells phone, and digital scales were seized during a traffic stop. Jared T. Moore filed a suppression motion that raised a novel issue of law under the Fourth Amendment. The prosecutor agreed with Jared’s analysis and dismissed the felony.
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