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Chattanooga Trial Attorney

We at Mary Sullivan Moore, Attorney at Law, PLLP, are committed to the welfare of our clients, whether they come to us charged with a misdemeanor, a felony, a juvenile offense or have a grandparent custody/visitation issue. We offer responsible, focused defense for people in complicated and sometimes anxiety-provoking situations. While many cases settle out of court, we are not afraid to go to trial on behalf of our clients when needed — in fact we often welcome the opportunity to do so.

Facing A Criminal Charge

Chattanooga trial lawyer Mary Sullivan Moore handles all kinds of criminal cases, from gang crimes to white collar crimes. In many cases, the charges can be reduced, or even dismissed, if the evidence is weak or the arresting officers did not adhere to proper procedure. If you've been charged with a criminal offense in Tennessee, all hope is not lost.

Contact Chattanooga trial lawyer Mary Sullivan Moore to discuss your case and potential avenues of recourse.

Fight Back Against A DUI

A DUI conviction in Tennessee can wreak havoc on your life, and comes with a spectrum of potential consequences, including:

  • License suspension
  • Fines
  • Jail time
  • Substance abuse treatment program
  • Mandatory ignition interlock device

A DUI charge can be hard to fight, especially if your blood alcohol content (BAC) was .08 percent or more at the time of your arrest. But certain police tactics, evidence of faulty Breathalyzer equipment or inadequate evidence can help you get your charge reduced or even dismissed. Call 423-933-2924 or contact us to discuss your case in detail.

Juvenile Law

A person charged with a crime who is under the age of 18 will be charged with a juvenile offense. Procedures and consequences for juvenile offenses are different from those for crimes committed by adults. Attorney Mary Sullivan Moore evaluates juvenile offense cases with forthrightness and sensitivity, and can help parents and offenders understand and exercise their rights.

Grandparents' Rights

Many people think that grandparents have no rights when facing questions of custody or visitation. As society changes and families become more fragmented, however, the law is evolving to grant grandparents more rights in certain circumstances. Contact our office for a consultation with Mary Sullivan Moore to discuss the details of your situation.

Take Steps To Protect Your Rights

Chattanooga attorney Mary Sullivan Moore provides strong counsel with a conscience. Call to set up an appointment at 423-933-2924 or use the contact form.

Office Location

Mary Sullivan Moore, Attorney at Law, PLLP
622 Georgia Ave Suite 101
Chattanooga, TN 37402

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