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Stitt Vu Trial Lawyers is a San Diego litigation boutique law firm that devotes its practice to representing individuals.

With more than twenty years of courtroom experience, and having tried over thirty cases to verdict, we bring a unique mix of public and private litigation experience to bear for our clients. We treat our clients like we treat our family, and we work tirelessly to develop a client-centered plan to confront the criminal charges or obtain justice for a serious injury. legal services trial lawyers

At Stitt Vu Trial Lawyers, we understand the profound impact legal challenges can have on an individual's life, and we are dedicated to standing by our clients every step of the way, offering support, guidance, and tenacious representation. legal services trial lawyers

Stitt Vu Trial Lawyers News Features

Federal Bar Association

Ryan W. Stitt Receives Outstanding Advocate Award

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Tucson Sentinel

Family of Tohono O'odham man killed by Border Patrol agents to sue federal government

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10 News

Legal analyst provides insight to what's next in court for accused US sailors

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10 News

Navy veteran sues Chula Vista church claiming retired police dog housed on the property attacked, mauled him

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Univision

Smuggling drugs into the US without realizing it: the incessant problem of 'blind mules'

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The Daily Beast

Family of Indigenous Man Killed by Cops Seeks $15M Pay Out

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AZ Central

Family and friends of Raymond Mattia gather at a news conference in Tucson

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The Intercept

Justice department won't charge border patrol agents who killed native man

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10 News

Attorney: Initial court delays could impact San Diego communities

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Union Tribune

Supreme Court considers criminal intent in arguments in San Diego ‘blind mule’ drug courier case

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Univision

He went to Tijuana to repair his car and returned loaded with drugs to the US: the case of a 'blind mule'

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