Ronald L. Moore
Upon graduation from UC Riverside with a B.A. in Biology, Ronald L. Moore went on to spend almost two decades working at the Orange County Crime Lab as a Senior Forensic Scientist.
While there, he
was intimately involved in the supervision in the Forensic Alcohol Unit, providing him with an in-depth understanding of toxicology, blood and breath alcohol, as well as drug analysis, firearms and toolmarks and crime scene investigation.
Mr. Moore later went on to attend the Weston State University College of Law, where he graduated as the Valedictorian with a Certificate in Criminal Law.
While there, he was the senior managing editor of the Law Review and remained president of the Criminal Law Association for three years.
He is Board Certified in Forensic Scientist by the American Board of Criminalistics and is proud to have served as an expert witness in DUI-related cases, as well as DMV hearings.
has also be a speaker at local and national meetings on many different aspects of DUI cases.
With decades of experience and a unique understanding, he
is able to bring a detailed and unique perspective.
Now serving as a criminal defense lawyer, he is proud to be admitted to practice before all California state courts and the United States Supreme Court.
focuses primarily on handling cases relating to drunk driving and still is called upon to serve as an expert witness.
Over the years, he
has worked on the California Drunk Driving Law, and is a published author in the Champion.
also wrote portion of the Appellants brief in the U.S. Supreme Court case of Treadway v. California, 129 S.Ct.
1039 (2009) and the Amicus Curiae brief in Bullcoming v. New Mexico (U.S. Supreme Court No. 09-10876).