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David R. Moose, Attorney at Law

David Moose has a law practice in Newton (NC)
828-464-3117
Lawyer has extensive experience representing clients in Criminal Defense matters.
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PO Box 168 Newton, NC 28658
Phone: 828-464-3117, Fax: 828-466-2785   Map It
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Criminal Defense: Crimes Against Property (Arson, Burglary, Larceny, Shoplifting, Theft, Vandalism), Crimes Involving Drugs, Criminal Appeals, Driving Under Influence/DWI, Felonies, Felony Auto Accidents, Fraud & Financial Crimes (Bank Fraud, Embezzlement, Identity Theft, Money Laundering, Racketeering, Securities Fraud), Grand Jury Proceeding, Homicide, Internet Offences & Computer Crimes, Juvenile Crimes, Kidnapping; Forgery, Misdemeanors, Parole and Probation Violations, Police Brutality, Prostitution, Robbery, Assault & Battery, Theft, Search & Seizure, Sex Crimes, Solicitation & Pandering, Traffic & Moving Violations
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  • North Carolina (NC) 1980
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    English
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    North Carolina

    Catawba: Newton

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