Sam Moore

History

Sam Moore founded the Northern Virginia law firm in 2013 after leaving active duty as a Judge Advocate in the United States Marine Corps.  He manages the firm’s criminal defense and civil litigation practices, but he also represents clients in a range of other matters including business representation and a selection of military cases. Mr. Moore’s practice is enhanced by his extensive courtroom experience and commonsense approach to cases.  

He has counseled and advised hundreds of clients through substantive legal issues involving criminal law, civil litigation, military law, and consumer protection law.  He provides his clients with broad and substantial legal experience  

Through his seven years as a United States Marine Corps Judge Advocate, he litigated an array of misdemeanor and felony courts-martial.  He also spent three years as an appellate counsel in Washington, D.C., handling a full case load and managing nine appellate attorneys in their case development. 

Mr. Moore developed curriculum and frequently taught advanced criminal justice courses to military prosecutors in California, Rhode Island, and Washington, D.C.  He also spent six months in Afghanistan as Rule of Law Adviser, working with Afghan attorneys, investigators, and judges to help foster an active justice system in Eastern Afghanistan.

Outside of the courtroom, he participates in numerous charity and fundraising activities in the Washington, D.C., and Northern Virginia communities. He remains committed to the community through his pro bono activity and he continues to serve in the military as a United States Marine Corps reservist.

Mr. Moore graduated from the University of Richmond School of Law, cum laude, in 2006, and from the University of Florida with a B.A. in history in 2003. He also studied history at the University of Cambridge, England.

He founded and built this law office based on his belief that every client deserves committed, excellent representation. To find out more about his services, contact the office today. 

Court Admissions  
United States Supreme Court
United States District Court, Eastern District of Virginia
United States Court of Federal Claims
Virginia Supreme Court
Washington, D.C., Superior Court
Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces
Air Force Court of Criminal Appeals
Army Court of Criminal Appeals
Navy-Marine Corps Court of Criminal Appeals