Ryan Anfuso started Anfuso Law, P.C. because he saw the need for the highest quality of criminal defense, no matter what the charge. Prior to starting Anfuso Law, P.C., Ryan spent years working for large criminal defense firms where he represented numerous clients at the same time. In response to that model, Ryan started Anfuso Law, P.C. to ensure that all his clients received the unique attention that they deserved. To that end Anfuso Law, P.C. is committed to maintaining a limited caseload. Ryan understands that when your attorney takes a limited number of cases, your investment in your defense brings a greater return.
In his career Ryan Anfuso has developed a reputation as an effective trial lawyer. Many attorneys never take a case to trial. Ryan has tried dozens of cases to judges or juries and he has argued hundreds more to administrative law judges at implied consent hearings. Not all cases should go to trial but when they do you need an experienced criminal attorney at your side. Ryan Anfuso’s extensive time spent serving clients in the courtroom has given him an expansive understanding of the law and considerable experience defending against a vast array of criminal charges.
Before starting Anfuso Law, P.C., Ryan worked as an associate attorney at Harris Law Firm where he defended hundreds of misdemeanor and felony criminal defense cases. While at Harris Law Firm, Ryan developed a reputation as an effective and trustworthy litigator by fiercely advocating for his clients in and out of court.
Prior to joining Harris Law Firm, Ryan worked for three years at the Rose City Defense Consortium in Multnomah County as both a law clerk and a court-appointed attorney. In his capacity as a court-appointed attorney Ryan represented clients in cases ranging from misdemeanors to major felonies.
Ryan was born in Eureka, California and moved to Washington in 1989. He graduated from Prairie High School in Vancouver, WA in 1999. Prior to joining the Oregon State Bar, Ryan earned a Bachelors Degree in English Literature from Portland State University, and he earned a J.D (Juris Doctor) degree from Northwestern School of Law at Lewis & Clark College. Ryan and his wife, Carrie, live in NW Portland.
In addition to serving his clients, Ryan is a member of the Oregon Criminal Defense Lawyers Association, the Multnomah and Washington County Bar Associations, and the American Bar Association. He has also advocated on behalf of his clients to members of the Oregon House of Representatives.