Award-Winning Criminal Defense Team in AZ
We Will Fight to Protect Your Future
Arrested or under investigation? Turn to Arizona’s award-winning defense team, Nesci & St. Louis. Our firm represents clients accused of crimes and those under investigation throughout Arizona. Our team of Tucson criminal defense lawyers are committed to obtaining the best results possible for you.
We will file motions challenging the government’s case on every factual and legal issue, and we regularly obtain the dismissal of charges for our clients prior to trial. If your case cannot be dismissed prior to trial, we are not afraid of going to trial and have successfully handled cases involving charges that include:
Focused Criminal Defense Lawyers in Tucson
Protecting the Rights of those Accusedby the Government
While other firms dilute their resources by attempting to handle multiple areas of law, Nesci & St. Louis is exclusively focused on defending the criminally accused. By concentrating solely on criminal cases, we are able to devote the time and resources necessary to obtain a deep understanding of the legal and factual issues facing those accused of a crime.
In fact, our Tucson criminal defense attorneys are sought-after speakers nationally, regularly training defense lawyers across the Country on how to handle a criminal case. This allows us to provide the very best representation possible. In criminal cases, time is of the essence. Act now to ensure that no evidence necessary to your defense is lost.
Contact Nesci & St. Louis online or call (520) 999-2441 to request a FREE case evaluation with a Tucson criminal defense lawyer today. We are here to defend your rights in state and federal criminal matters.
Joseph P. St. Louis has been listed in Woodford & White’s Best Lawyers in America since 2013 and has an AV Preeminent rating from Martindale Hubbell. He has been listed as one of the best lawyers in Arizona by Superlawyers magazine since 2009 and has been listed as one of the best lawyers in Tucson by Tucson Lifestyles magazine since 2103. Joe, who has represented clients at over 200 jury trials, is the only attorney in Arizona certified as a specialist in both Criminal Defense (by the State Bar of Arizona) and in DUI Defense (by the National College for DUI Defense (NCDD), a certification recognized by the American Bar Association). Joe is one of 11 members of the Board of Regents, the governing body of the National College for DUI Defense, a nation-wide organization with over 1600 members. He is also the former President of Arizona Attorneys for Criminal Justice, a statewide defense organization with over 400 members.
Ryan Huffman vigorously represents accused individuals throughout all stages of litigation, including trials and appeals. His experience includes both misdemeanor and felony criminal matters. He focuses on a pretrial motion practice, seeking to have his clients’ cases dismissed prior to trial, and is passionate about advocating against unethical police tactics and procedures. Not afraid to take a case to trial, after demonstrating issues with the way in which the case was charged, Ryan recently negotiated a plea to probation in the middle of a trial in which his client was facing life in prison. Other recent trial wins for Ryan include an acquittal for a client with an alleged blood alcohol concentration of .131, and successfully demonstrated to a jury trial that a reported breath test result of .250 was unreliable, resulting in a complete acquittal of all BAC charges for his client.
Sean McNally is a litigator specializing in Criminal and DUI offenses. Prior to his career in law, Sean served with distinction in the United States Air Force for 20+ years, predominantly as a Tactical Aircraft Maintenance Superintendent. Since joining Nesci & St. Louis, Sean has focused on pretrial litigation and trial work in DUIs, misdemeanors, and felonies in courts throughout Arizona. Sean’s recent wins include having a client facing mandatory prison time acquitted of all felony charges at trial. Sean has also convinced a judge to throw out his client’s prior convictions, changing a felony case in which his client faced mandatory prison time to a first-time misdemeanor DUI. Sean also had all of his client’s charges dismissed by the court, after getting a law enforcement officer to admit under oath that he had falsified records, eventually resulting in the officer being fired.