Over 100 Civil & Criminal Cases Successfully Tried
White Collar Crime Lawyer in Morgantown
Fighting for the Rights of Corporate Employees in West Virginia
A career can take decades to build and only days to unravel. Those who are charged with white collar crimes can have their professional reputation destroyed by even the most frivolous charges. This is why it is crucial to get help from an experienced Morgantown white collar crime lawyer right away if you are charged. At The Moore Law Firm, PLLC, we have helped hundreds of clients protect their careers and avoid a criminal conviction.
How to Fight the Charges
From the moment you are accused of unethical or unlawful business practices, you need to speak with an attorney. In many cases, our clients come to us unaware of why they are being charged with a crime, making it important to help them better understand their rights and how to exercise them. Whether you were falsely accused by an employee or you are being used as a scapegoat for someone else’s crime, we understand what it takes to defend yourself from a conviction.
You can call our firm for charges such as:
Knowing your rights and how the laws apply to your situation can help you protect yourself. The Moore Law Firm, PLLC can provide you with the information you need to feel more confident about your ability to fight the charges against you.
Schedule a Consultation
You have a short window of time to build your case and protect your reputation. When you meet with The Moore Law Firm, PLLC, our criminal defense team will discuss the details of your situation to give you a clear picture of what to expect and how to proceed. You have options when defending yourself against a white collar criminal charges. Let us help you protect yourself.
Call (304) 521-2451 today.
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.”
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.”
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.”
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!!”
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“Despite an impossible prosecutor, as well as missing/lost evidence, Mr. Moore aggressively and diligently sorted it all out”
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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