Arizona State Bar Certified Criminal Law Specialist

Arizona State Bar Certified Criminal Law Specialist Marc J. Victor. Being charged with a criminal offense, normally means, the government is trying to put you in a cage. You don’t need an attorney who dabbles in criminal law; my name is Marc J. Victor, and I am the Attorney for Freedom. I am a Certified Specialist in Criminal Law, and for the last 23 years, I have represented thousands of clients in major felony matters in both State and Federal Courts.

Arizona State Bar Certified Criminal Law Specialist

My team is totally committed to protecting your freedom, and we are not afraid to take your case to trial. So, don’t fight criminal charges alone, contact my office and schedule a Strategy Session today. Attorney Marc J. Victor has been zealously representing clients in serious state and federal criminal law matters for well over twenty years.  Mr. Victor has also successfully represented clients in many high-profile and media attention cases; including representing Elizabeth Johnson in the nationally televised “Baby Gabriel” case.  To watch his winning closing argument, in that case, click here. He also represents clients in high-profile civil rights as well as personal injury matters.

Arizona State Bar Certified Criminal Law Specialist

Furthermore, I realize there are many law firms competing for the privilege of representing you in your legal matter. I also realize you have a difficult decision in determining which law firm would best serve your interests. Therefore, I have worked hard for the past 23 years to distinguish my law firm from the others; and to build my reputation as an aggressive advocate for my clients who offers honest and well-reasoned legal advice. While you browse our website, you will quickly get a feel for what we call our “Commitment to Excellence.” The entire legal team at Marc J. Victor P.C. is committed to excellence; it’s what I demand from anyone who works for my firm. We promise to represent you in your case the same way we would want to be represented ourselves.