Marc J Victor Speaks at Mises Circle. Attorney Marc J. Victor was asked to address the Mises Circle on the broken justice system and how to fix it. He was given 5 minutes to present his solutions which consisted of 6 key areas that need to be addressed.
These areas are:
- Win hearts and minds for freedom (all that matters)
- Fix the law (end all victimless crimes)
- Jury Education
- Abolish mandatory minimum sentences
- Reduce caseloads
- Re-interpret commerce clause/abolish most federal crimes
Marc J Victor Speaks at Mises Circle
Most importantly, focus on winning hearts and minds for freedom. Listen below to Marc’s informative and entertaining talk on what he suggests to fix our broken justice system. Also, Attorney Marc J. Victor often speaks in the area of the justice system; in particular, criminal law related matters. In addition, Attorney Marc J. Victor has been a guest speaker at; Casey Research, Libertopia, Anarchapulco, The Freedom Summit, and many other freedom related events. Attorney Marc J. Victor has also been on many television and radio shows as a legal authority. Furthermore, he has been cited by the media and other news sources on a wide variety of legal matters. Therefore, if you have an event you would like Attorney Marc J. Victor to speak at, contact him here.
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