Law Offices of Michelle Moore
& Kim DiGiovanni
Call Us at (866) 859-3234 in Wheaton, Illinois

Service Areas:
Kane, Cook, DeKalb,
DuPage, & Kendall Counties

Hours of Operation:
8 a.m.–5 p.m.
Voice Mail 24/7

Evenings & Weekends,
By Appointment Only

About Our Criminal Defense Attorney

Former Prosecutor Offering Criminal Defense You Can Trust

Count on the Law Offices of Michelle Moore & Kim DiGiovanni to serve as your defense attorney. Why? Because who you hire as your defense attorney can be even more important than the criminal charges you are facing. Law is a branch of politics, and as a former prosecutor, we are well known and respected by the local prosecutors, police officers, and judges presiding over Kane, DuPage, Kendall, and DeKalb criminal cases. As strong advocates for your legal rights and freedom, we are committed to applying the full spectrum of our skills, knowledge, and resources to achieve a positive and favorable outcome in your case.

Kimberly M. DiGiovanni

Law school:
DePaul College of Law
Chicago, IL

DePaul University
Chicago, IL

Field of study:

Kimberly M. DiGiovanni

Prior Legal Employment

Kane County State’s Attorney

-Prosecuted Felony Cases Including but not limited to

Murder, Aggravated Battery, Drugs and Theft

-DUI cases including Felony DUI and

-All Misdemeanor and Traffic Cases

Judicial Law Clerk for the Judges in Kane, Kendall and DeKalb County

-Researched Criminal Law, Family Law and Civil Law

-Wrote Memorandum of Law and Judicial Opinions


Illinois State Bar Association

American Bar Association

Kane County Bar Association

DuPage County Bar Association

Bar Admission:
Illinois, 2004

Michelle Moore

Michelle Moore

Law school:
Loyola University 1995
Chicago,  IL

University of Illinois
Champaign, IL

Field of study:
Political Science & English

Prior legal employment:

Law Clerk, Kralovec, Jambois, Schwartz,
Chicago, 1993 - 1995. Personal Injury
& Medical Malpractice law firm.

DuPage County State's Attorneys Office, 1994 - 2000.

Associate, Lagattuta & Degrazia, 2000 - 2001, Schaumburg.


I have given presentations for the DuPage County Bar Association, including one on Drug
Asset Forfeitures (Dec 99).

In addition, I published an article in the DuPage County Bar Association's "Brief," regarding expungements and explaining the circumstances under which a person can have a particular record of arrest expunged from his or her permanent record.


Illinois State Bar Association
Past President, DuPage County Criminal Defense Lawyers Association
DuPage County Bar Association
(Committee Chairman, 2002-2003, New Lawyers Committee/Recruitment;                            
Committee Vice-Chairman, 2003-2004 Criminal Law Committee, Chairman,                          
2004-2005; Member Judiciary Committee)
DuPage County Criminal Defense Lawyers Association

Additional information:

As an Assistant State's Attorney, I handled thousands of cases, from petty traffic offenses to the most serious felony cases. Having had that invaluable experience as a prosecutor, I am uniquely able to assess a client's chances of success in the local criminal courts.

Additionally, I've had the opportunity to befriend many of my courtroom adversaries as well as courtroom staff. As a result, I am often able to negotiate from a familiar standpoint that typically benefits my clients.

During the course of my 6 years at the State's Attorneys office, I spent approximately ten months working on domestic violence cases, one year exclusively on DUI cases, and the last 14 months handling high-volume drug delivery/trafficking cases. Through these assignments, I became intimately familiar with constitutional issues of search and seizure, and the many bases for the suppression of evidence.

As a trial attorney, I had the benefit of trying hundreds of cases as a prosecutor, and have utilized those skills in hearings and trials for my clients. In addition to having an active trial practice, I train and coach a high school trial team which has been in the Illinois State competition finals for the past three years, and have advised the Loyola law school trial team (1994 - 1998). In this sense, I am an example of a person who not only can successfully try a case, but can teach others with less experience and training how to be effective advocates in a courtroom.

Count on our criminal defense attorney in
Wheaton, Illinois, for the defense you deserve.