David J. Ruyle, Jr. is a proud native of San Diego, California. In 1998, Mr. Ruyle received his Bachelor of Arts degree in Sociology from Baylor University. After college he attended Trinity Law School in Santa Ana, California where he received his Juris Doctorate degree in 2001. He has spent time working in many areas of law from civil litigation to bankruptcy.
He soon realized he had a calling to work in the area of criminal justice. That calling started with the attendance and completion of a California POST Police Academy at Southwestern College in 2007. Shortly thereafter, he used his experience by becoming an adjunct professor at Westwood College and University of Phoenix for their Schools of Criminal Justice. His goal as a professor is to instill in all his students the importance of learning and following the fundamental principals of the United States Constitution.
In 2012, he resigned his position after two years as a sworn California Peace Officer to focus on his practice and family. He was been able to observe firsthand the criminal elements within San Diego County while and working to preserve the peace. He was also trained in the use of the PAS and Intoximeter. In addition to the more severe criminal elements he has witnessed firsthand the effect that drunk driving has on clients, friends and the community. He has appeared throughout southern California in both misdemeanor and felony matters.
In addition to assisting clients with their criminal defense, Mr. Ruyle helps those that are in financial crisis. He is able to work with those looking to file a Chapter 7 or Chapter 13 Bankruptcy.
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