Adam Moore on Greyboy near Mt. Ranier, July 2003
Located in Yakima, Washington, the Adam Moore Law Firm provides exceptional advice and representation to criminal defendants. With over 34 years of legal experience, J. Adam Moore has earned widespread respect defending clients faced with serious felony charges. Representing individuals, in both state and federal courts, the Adam Moore Law Firm defends people charged with any crime.
As a Yakima County Deputy Prosecutor, Mr. Moore developed special knowledge in death cases, and handled about 25 homicide investigations. Mr. Moore carried this special knowledge and skill over to his private practice and today he is renowned for his ability to successfully defend those who have been charged with homicide and other serious felonies.
Over his 34 years of practice, Mr. Moore has handled over 100 death cases, including driving fatalities, coroners' inquests, juveniles who kill, shootings by police, and more traditional forms of homicide. He is 1 of only 3 attorneys in Eastern Washington who is “Death Qualified” to handle trials involving aggravated murder cases where the death penalty is sought.
In 1999, the Washington Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers (WACDL) bestowed upon Mr. Moore the coveted The William O. Douglas Award. Recognizing extraordinary courage and dedication to the practice of criminal law, this award is the highest given by WACDL. Mr. Moore was also recognized as a Fellow of the American College of Trial Lawyers. This honor is limited to not more than 1% of lawyers licensed in any given state.
As a client of the Adam Moore Law Firm you can expect an honest assessment of your case and a helpful guide through our legal system. Mr. Moore has tried hundreds of criminal matters and understands the legal process can be frightening and overwhelming. In order to minimize stress and uncertainty, Adam Moore takes the time to explain each stage of the legal process and answer any question a client may have.
The information you obtain at this site is not, nor is it intended to be, legal advice. You should consult an attorney for individual advice regarding your own situation.