Ryan Huffman is a trial lawyer with a background in defending clients accused of crimes, including working at the Maricopa County Public Defender’s Office, as well as the Federal Public Defender’s office in Tucson during law school, and in his work as an attorney in private practice since being licensed by the Arizona State Bar. As a member of Nesci & St. Louis, he represents individuals accused of DUIs, misdemeanors and felony offenses at courts in Tucson, Pima County and throughout Arizona.
Ryan has vigorously represented accused individuals throughout all stages of litigation, including trials and appeals. His experience includes both misdemeanor and felony criminal matters. He has a particular familiarity with motion practice, seeking to have his clients’ cases dismissed prior to trial, and is passionate about advocating against unethical police tactics and procedures. Ryan has had success in jury trials, winning acquittals for his clients on charges including DUI allegations of having a blood alcohol concentration as high as .131. Ryan also successfully demonstrated in a DUI jury trial that a reported breath test result of .250 was unreliable, resulting in a complete acquittal of all BAC charges for his client.
Ryan is an Arizona native and graduated from Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law (ASU Law) in 2016. He received his Bachelor of Arts from the University of Arizona, where he majored in Political Science.
Since joining Nesci & St. Louis, Ryan has focused on pretrial litigation and trial work in DUIs, misdemeanors and felonies in courts throughout Arizona. When not defending individuals accused of crimes, Ryan’s interests include studying Arizona’s history, traveling, volunteering, and spending time with his friends and family.