A criminal defense, DWI and military law firm you can depend on With more than 20 years of experience handling a variety of cases ranging from murder to DWI charges and helping military members secure their well-earned benefits, attorney Jefferson Moore has the experience and dedication that Texas clients and worldwide military clients need to get their cases resolved.
His firm, based in San Antonio, Texas, emphasizes diligence, responsiveness and efficiency. He handles a variety of cases regarding:
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Legal disputes can be unpredictable and stressful, which is why Jefferson Moore helps you clearly understand your options so you can make the decisions that have the greatest chance for your immediate and long-term success.
While he tenaciously advocates for your rights both in and out of the court room, he strongly believes in treating his clients with the respect and individual care they deserve. And with Fort Sam Houston, Lackland Air Force Base, Randolph Air Force Base and the San Antonio Military Medical Center in close proximity to his firm, he handles military members accused at court-martial and those with administrative difficulties. He also represent regional military members at Fort Hood, Laughlin AFB, Goodfellow AFB, NAS Corpus Christi, NAS Kingsville and worldwide where military clientele depend on him to protect their freedom, honor and military careers. As a former JAG officer, Mr. Moore has a thorough knowledge of the Uniform Code of Military Justice, case law and specific regulations and policies that apply to your branch of the military.
While Jefferson Moore derives great satisfaction in helping clients with their legal burdens, he also encourages them to work with him – ensuring their success.
Hire a Texas lawyer who will vigorously and diplomatically protect your interests
Contact Jefferson Moore, Attorney at Law at 210.595.8338 to schedule an appointment or contact him online.
Jefferson Moore, Attorney at Law helps clients with criminal cases throughout Texas and represents individuals in military cases worldwide.
My peers chose me again as one of the best Criminal Defense and White Collar Defense attorneys in San Antonio for 2013.
August 8, 2013 A Navy pilot had 19.5 years of service when the Navy claimed that he tested positive for THC. We took the case to a separation board called a Board of Inquiry and showed that the Navy Drug Screening Laboratory had a numerous problems including decertification, violations of Good Laboratory Practices, faulty analysis and questionable calibration techniques. The Board of Inquiry closed the case finding no misconduct and retained the lieutenant commander.
Army Discharge Upgrade Success
March 5, 2013 The Army directed an early release from service for a young Soldier after he admitted to possessing cocaine. His discharge papers gave him a "general" discharge instead of an Honorable discharge. We went to the Army Discharge Review Board and convinced them to upgrade him to Honorable. Now he is eligible for full benefits again.
One of the Best!
My peers chose me as one of the best Criminal Defense and DWI attorneys in San Antonio for 2012!
NOT GUILTY! June 12, 2012 In a US Army court-martial the court found my client NOT GUILTY for his assault allegations. He was on video admitting to assaulting his wife, but we showed that the police investigation that produced the video was faulty. See my blog post on this website for details.
Case Dismissed! May 7, 2012 The Judge dismissed my client's assault case because of a Speedy Trial violation by the State.
July 10, 2012 The District Attorney's Office dismissed all charges against my client relating to an Aggravated Sexual Assault. The client faced a minimum of 25 years and a maximum of life in prison. See more at my blog post on this website
Case Dismissed! April 25, 2012. Roy's neighbor accused him of burglarizing her house. It wasn't him. We held firm and the State dismissed Roy's case.
July 30, 2012 The client woke up in the hospital after a car accident with a summons to appear in court for DWI. At the accident scene she had been vomiting and the arresting officer took that to mean she was intoxicated. Later she was flown to a hospital for emergency surgery for her internal bleeding. The State kept asking for a plea, but we remained firm. On trial day, the State dismissed.
A Lawsuit Against the US Army
September 13, 2012 The Army refused to release a Reserve Soldier lieutenant from active duty for training due to a pending criminal investigation even after his orders expired. I filed a lawsuit in Federal District Court the next day against the Army for failure to follow the law and its own regulations. A few hours after filing the lawsuit, the client's commander released him stating that he had no authority to hold him. See more at my blog post on this website.
October 19, 2012Three day court-martial trial results: Trying to shoot the commander: Not guilty. Concealing a handgun on post: Not guilty. Altering a doctor's slip to get more days off of work: Guilty. Sentence: Reduced two ranks and fined $1200.00