Andrea L. Moseley is an accomplished attorney with multi-jurisdictional litigation experience and a strong background in complex criminal litigation. She is a partner at DiMuro Ginsberg, where the focus of her practice is defending individuals and companies accused of white collar crimes and representation during investigations by Federal and State governments. She handles a broad variety of white collar issues, including false claims, financial fraud, trademark, civil and criminal RICO matters, health care, immigration fraud, bribery, and money laundering. She has represented hundreds of clients at trials in both federal and state criminal cases and has won acquittals on charges of murder, grand larceny, D.W.I., indecent exposure, assault on a police officer, drug distribution and possession, immigration fraud, and various sex offenses.
She spent four years as a Public Defender in Alexandria, Virginia before she went into private practice and co-founded a successful small criminal defense firm in Old Town Alexandria. She has taught classes on the Presentation of Expert Witness and Scientific Evidence at the American University College of Law and has taught Legal Rhetoric, coached mock trial, and presided as a judge for national mock trial competitions. Ms. Moseley is the Immediate Past Chair for the Board of Directors for the Criminal Law Section of the Virginia State Bar and is a member of the Alexandria Bar Foundation. In the legal community she has served as a member of the Fourth District Disciplinary Committee for the Virginia State Bar. While in private practice, she has been featured in Washington D.C.’s Women Leaders in the Law in the Washington Post Magazine, and in the Washingtonian’s Top Lawyers Profiles.
She received her BA from Rhodes College and her JD from the Washington and Lee University School of Law.
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