Elizabeth Johnson Baby Gabriel Case

Attorney Marc J. Victor of the Attorneys For Freedom Law Firm represented Elizabeth Johnson, an Arizona woman charged in the disappearance of her infant son Gabriel Johnson in what became a National high-profile case, with the trial being Nationally televised for months.
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The Johnny Wheatcroft Case

The video shows officers used a stun gun several times after Wheatcroft questioned having to provide identification. Victor has said his client was shocked 11 times. Chapman and a child in the backseat immediately start to scream. The child asks, "Daddy, are you OK?"
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Doug Haig Case

Marc Victor, the attorney defending Douglas Haig, the person of interest in the October 1st, 2017, shooting in Las Vegas said his client sold ammunition to Stephen Paddock but that he could not have known what Paddock had in mind. Victor said Haig wishes he would have been able to decipher a problem with Paddock ahead of time, but he saw no signs.
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Jon Schaffer Capitol Riots Case

The Attorneys for Freedom Law Firm represents Jon Schaffer, a guitarist for the band Iced Earth who Pleaded guilty for his role in the January 6 riot at the U.S. Capitol.
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The Rick Martin Case

Rick Walter Martin was charged with 11 felonies related to the fatal shooting of Jorge Portillo as the two drove along Fry Boulevard on Sept. 28. 2020. Martin is being represented by Attorney Andrew Marcantel of The Attorneys for Freedom Law Firm.
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Daniel Shaver Case

The widow of an unarmed man shot and killed by a Mesa police officer filed a wrongful death suit against the Mesa Police Department. The Attorneys for Freedom Law Firm in Chandler, Arizona filed the lawsuit on behalf of Laney Sweet, the widow of Daniel Shaver who was killed on January 18, 2016.
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Hawaii Covid-19 Proclamations Lawsuit

The Attorneys For Freedom Law Firm, located in Bishop Square, filed a lawsuit in federal district court seeking to have Governor David Ige's proclamations regarding Covid-19 declared unconstitutional.
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MCSO Deputy Jeff Miller Pretends to be an Attorney

Unscrupulous Law Enforcement Officer Unethically Pretends to be an Attorney at The Attorneys For Freedom Law Firm. Maricopa County Sheriff's Deputy, Deputy Jeff Miller, lied about being an attorney to try to lure a woman to be arrested.
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The Potty Mouth Case

Ingram’s attorney Marc Victor filed a motion to dismiss the charge and says this is a first amendment issue. Victor says there are times when certain words aren’t protected but that’s not in Ingram’s case.
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PJ’s Café Case

Marcantel described Norton as a “pillar” of the community who has been involved with numerous charities and community endeavors since she bought the café in 1979. She’s employed dozens of people and helped raise her grandchildren, he said. He submitted nearly two dozen letters written on her behalf.
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The Tempe Mosque Case

Self-described patriots Tahnee Gonzales and Elizabeth Dauenhauer made an outing to Tempe, Arizona, with three little kids in tow to “expose” the city’s Islamic Cultural Center, which opened in 1984 and sits in the center of Arizona State University’s campus.
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600 Pounds of Marijuana

Mr. White was stopped will driving a van with 600 pounds of marijuana. Attorney Marc J. Victor represented Mr. White at sentencing where he made the argument that Mr. White was really only guilty of operating without a license since many people drive large amounts of marijuana around every day while delivering to dispensaries.
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Andrea Mikkel Noah’s Ark Case

Accused 'Noah's Ark' animal hoarder released - A woman accused the worst case of animal hoarding Maricopa County Sheriff's deputies say they've ever seen was released from jail after posting bond. Andrea Mikkel, a former police officer, was charged with 80 counts of animal cruelty.
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The Esmeralda Rossi Case

Chandler Police Department body cam captures illegal arrest of a naked woman. An internal investigation found officer Doug Rose illegally entered the home of Esmeralda Rossi and unlawfully arrested her while she was naked. Ms. Rossi was handcuffed naked in front of her teenage daughter. Police later found the officer had no reason to enter the woman’s house. Rose retired in the middle of his department’s internal investigation.
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Pastor Anderson Taser Case

Steven Anderson was beaten and tasered by U.S. Border Patrol agents and Arizona DPS officers at a Homeland Security checkpoint East of Yuma in April of 2009 for refusing to answer questions. He was subsequently charged by Arizona DPS officers with several violations of state law even though he had been seized at a federal checkpoint by federal agents allegedly enforcing federal law.
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The Jodi Arias Murder Trial

Jodi Arias was on trial for the murder of her ex-boyfriend Travis Alexander. The killing of Travis Alexander occurred on June 4, 2008, at his home in Mesa, Arizona. His wounds consisted of multiple stab wounds, a slit throat, and a shot to the head; the medical examiner ruled the death a homicide.
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Jeffrey Lihosit Mesa Police Misconduct Case

It began with a simple misunderstanding when the officers asked Lihosit to read them back some of the text messages and emails on his cellphone. The first line of one of the messages begins, “This is ridiculous just like you.” Lihosit reads the phrase and Officer Carroll misunderstands and thinks Lihosit is saying that to him. After it’s explained that Lihosit is just reading the message, Carroll said “I was going to say. I was about to punch him in the face.”
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Jeff Bonar Case

Bonar was charged with punching Marissa Morris in the face while serving an arrest warrant on Morris. Bonar attempted to arrest Morris because he thought she had an outstanding warrant. Morris resisted arrest, telling Bonar in the video that the warrant had been cleared. Bonar then allegedly punched her twice in the face as the two struggled.
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Euro Pizza Café COVID Lockdown Case

Merita Kraja’s American dream was in jeopardy. After escaping communism in Albania 30 years ago, she came to the United States, became a citizen, and opened a small business—Euro Pizza Café in Fountain Hills, Arizona. Her restaurant thrived for two decades, but then local law enforcement unfairly targeted her amid the COVID-19 crisis.
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