Matthew Jay Ruff

Matthew Jay Ruff

Matthew Ruff, Torrance DUI Attorney

California DUI Attorney

18411 Crenshaw Blvd.
Torrance, CA 90504

Phone: 310-527-4100

Website: bestduidefense.com/

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About Matthew Jay Ruff

Top Rated DUI Attorney in Torrance California serving Los Angeles, Redondo Beach, Santa Monica, Manhattan Beach, Palos Verdes, Hermosa Beach, Venice, Malibu, Long Beach, Pismo Beach, Grover Beach, San Luis Obispo and most other CA cities for over 25 years. We also handle cases in Kern County, Lamont and Mojave California. NHTSA Trained at Instructional Level. DRE Trained ARIDE Trained Matthew has defended thousands of drunk driving cases and DMV Administrative Hearings over the course of his career, many jury trials resulting in acquittal and many motions resulting in dismissal. In addition, Matt is a Top California DMV Hearing Attorney who has successfully defended thousands of DMV suspensions including APS/.08 or more, refusals, commercial driver and under 21 zero tolerance cases.


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