David Ruyle Jr., Esq.

Criminal Defense Attorney

David J. Ruyle, Jr. has been a California attorney since 2004. He is a proud graduate of the faith based Baylor University for his undergrad and graduate work at Trinity Law School.

He focuses his practice on criminal defense, which includes felonies, misdemeanors, in particular DUIs throughout Southern California.



It is crucial to contact David as Your DUI criminal defense lawyer if you are arrested for DUI. DUI convictions have many short-term and long-term effects!

David Ruyle has tried many DUI cases. He is highly qualified to negotiate a settlement and just as able to take it to trial. Driving under the influence is a serious charge that can have lasting consequences on your life. Thankfully, David has experience with defending DUI charges. An inexperienced DUI defense attorney can make your case even worse. It is important to ensure that your DUI defense lawyer knows and can execute the best defense options for your unique case.

A successful DUI defense attorney will do everything in their power to get reduced, or even drop your charges.



If you are accused of domestic violence, you should lawyer-up. You have rights!

David Ruyle, with over twenty years of experience, understands that an innocent person may need to wage a defense against claims of domestic violence. Even if someone has committed domestic violence, it is essential to obtain an experienced domestic abuse attorney to stand up for your rights.

If the cops arrest you for domestic violence, call David right away. David might be able to convince the DA to not file charges in your case. If you wait too long, then you might lose a big opportunity to avoid the charges in the first place, because you do not want to underestimate how serious this can be.


Contact David for a Free Consultation

David Ruyle Jr. has served the people of Southern California for over 20 Years.
Exclusively Criminal Law. 100% Defense.


Get a hold of David if you are in trouble with the Law and need Help with a DUI or Domestic Violence.