Lauderdale By The Sea

William Moore offers diligent representation of clients in Lauderdale by the Sea. For more information please contact William Moore today. The criminal defense attorneys at William Moore have been representing clients in South Florida for over a decade. If you have been charged with a crime and are unsure about how to proceed, please call any of our offices and schedule a complimentary criminal case consultation today.

Criminal Defense Attorney Fact:

The fact that the victim of a crime has consented does not bar criminal liability. For example, if a terminally ill patient asks a physician to help him commit suicide, the doctor can be obviously be found guilty of the crime of assisting in a suicide. Consent is of no consequence in many facets of Florida Criminal Defense. Unlawful sexual activity with an underage person is one such example claims Criminal Lawyer William Moore. In such circumstances, a defendant would be hard pressed to justify their behavior by claiming that their actions were done with the victim's consent. For information about Attorney William Moore, contact our Criminal Defense  Firm in Broward. 

The Broward County Branch of William Moore Criminal Defense defends individuals charged with the following criminal offenses:

•    Aiding & Abetting / Accessory
•    Arson crimes
•    Assault / Battery
•    Bribery
•    Burglary
•    Child Abuse and Neglect
•    Child Pornography and Internet Crimes
•    Computer Crime
•    Conspiracy and Aiding
•    Credit / Debit Card Fraud
•    Disorderly Conduct/Resisting
•    Domestic Violence Charges
•    Drug Cultivation and Manufacturing
•    Drug Distribution / Trafficking / Substantial Assistance
•    Drug Possession & Sale of Illegal Narcotics
•    DUI - Driving Under the Influence
•    Embezzlement - White Collar
•    Extortion
•    Forgery
•    Hate Crimes
•    Indecent Exposure
•    Identity Theft
•    Insurance Fraud
•    Kidnapping - False Imprisonment
•    Manslaughter: Involuntary
•    Manslaughter: Voluntary
•    Money Laundering
•    Murder: First-degree
•    Murder: Second-degree
•    Perjury
•    Prostitution
•    Pyramid Schemes
•    Racketeering / RICO
•    Rape
•    Robbery
•    Securities Fraud
•    Sexual Assault
•    Stalking
•    Tax Evasion / Fraud
•    Telemarketing Fraud
•    Theft / Larceny
•    Wire Fraud