Welcome to the Law Office of Dan Moseley

I defend all criminal accusations with the upmost seriousnessthoroughness and relentless determination to win. 

I do this because whether the government is charging you with a misdemeanor or felony, it is threatening to take away your most invaluable and irreplaceable possessions:  your rights, your freedom, your reputation, contact with your family, and indeed your very life. 

But know too that your defense  is both possible and affordable.

Even in cases where jail or prison is not part of a sentence, probation can limit your freedom and take away basic Constitutional rights.  Your right to privacy - to refuse to consent to a warrantless search of your person, home, possessions, and vehicle - can be taken away from you.  A criminal conviction can harm jobs and careers;  it can limit employment opportunities.  If you are not a United States citizen, it can subject you to deportation.

To defend against those and other possible consequences, your case deserves a thorough review and full legal defense analysis that takes into account not only all of the evidence police and prosecutors believe they have collected against you.  

It absolutely must also include all of the evidence available from listening to you and coming to an understanding of your version of the incident by a smart and tough defense attorney who is willing, able, and prepared to take your case all the way to trial if you choose to do so.  

I will give your case the time and expertise necessary for a thorough understanding of legal options and the possible and likely consequences of the choices to be made in winning the best possible outcome for you at an affordable cost.  

As I already have done for many others, I will stand up to fight proudly and vigorously for you every step of the way.

This is the kind of lawyer that I am.  This is why I am in private practice as a criminal law defense lawyer.

Go to my Proven Results page to see what I have done for many others, and what I may be able to do for you, depending on the facts and circumstances of your case.