If your desired moduli space can be interpreted as a moduli space of quiver representations, then you may be in luck. For moduli of $\theta$-(semi)stable quiver representations, there is a simple criterion equivalent to the stable and semistable loci being equal: the dimension vector $\alpha$ is indecomposable (ie, not a non-trivial sum of elements) in $\theta^{\perp}\cap \mathbb{Z}^{Q_0}_{\geq 0}$, where $Q_0$ is your set of verticies, and $\theta$ is the fixed stability parameter.
If your desired moduli space can be interpreted as a moduli space of quiver representations, then you may be in luck. For moduli of $\theta$-(semi)stable quiver representations, there is a simple criterion equivalent to the stable and semistable loci being equal: the dimension vector $\alpha$ is indecomposable (ie, not a non-trivial sum of elements) in $\theta^{\perp}\cap \mathbb{Z}^{Q_0}_{\geq 0}$, where $Q_0$ is your set of verticies, and $\theta$ is the fixed stability parameter.