MARC J VICTOR AND LEW ROCKWELL

MARC J VICTOR AND LEW ROCKWELL

Marc J Victor and Lew Rockwell – Attorney Marc J. Victor has been an advocate for freedom for more than two decades. His name is synonymous with some of the most well-known names in the freedom movement, one of those being Lew Rockwell.  Attorney Marc J. Victor has written many articles for Lew Rockwell over the years. If you have reached this page chances are you embrace the principles of freedom as well.

When hiring an attorney you have many choices. Selecting the right attorney to represent you can be a difficult process. If you reached this page from LewRockwell.com you might be asking yourself, “Who would Lew call?” When asked that question Lew responded by saying:

Marc J Victor and Lew Rockwell

“If I am ever in cop trouble, I am calling Marc Victor, and following his advice.”

Take Lew’s advice. Don’t just hire any attorney, hire a freedom attorney. Any attorney can simply hold your hand and walk you through the justice system. You need an attorney who will fight for your freedom. An attorney who will represent you the same way he would want to be represented. Marc J. Victor is that attorney.

Marc J Victor and Lew Rockwell

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If you are not familiar with Attorney Marc J. Victor we invite you to read his articles and watch the videos on this page. Find out why Marc J. Victor is known as, The Attorney For Freedom.

Caption: Lew Rockwell on The Attorney For Freedom Show
Caption: Lew Rockwell Invites Marc Victor to Speak at The Mises Circle
As a practicing criminal defense attorney, I sometimes get to meet and talk with thugs. Most people don’t think of themselves as “thugs.” This is because most thugs don’t realize they are thugs.

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I’m the last guy who ought to argue for the legalization of meth. As a practicing criminal defense attorney, I make a good income from defending people who are charged with drug crimes.

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Although you probably think I’m crazy and irresponsible for even suggesting we repeal all DUI laws, at least you are willing to invest the time necessary to learn why I suggest such a monstrously scary idea as simply abolishing all DUI laws. Additionally, I suggest we replace such DUI laws with absolutely nothing.

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I cringe to think how many times clients come into my office to discuss their criminal matter with me only to learn they have done possibly irreparable damage to their case. Your awareness of some simple concepts may serve you well in the event you or a loved one is the unfortunate subject of a criminal investigation.

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Being pulled over by a police officer can be a stressful experience. Although life is full of such experiences, unlike many other stressful experiences, a traffic stop has the potential to end in a loss of money, liberty or even life.

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At the end of the day, real criminal defense attorneys and real freedom loving civil attorneys are the ones who must and do defend and protect due process and freedom. No government agency can be trusted to police the police state.

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I can’t think of any reason I need to own my AR-15 assault rifle. I don’t pretend to need it for self defense. I also own several handguns. Any one of my handguns would be adequate to allow me an opportunity to defend myself, or another person, from virtually any act of aggression by another individual. Indeed, I could have easily halted any of the recent gun based rampages, by any of those deranged lunatics, with just one of my handguns. I wish I had been there.

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On July 2, 2012, the jury returned a verdict of NOT GUILTY in favor of my client who transported 83lbs of marijuana in her mini-van from Douglas, Arizona to the Phoenix area. She was relieved and overjoyed. I was overjoyed too, but left wondering how many like her are living in cages for unknowingly driving a relatively harmless plant destined for adults who want it. The outrageous aspects of this case are too numerous to describe in one article.

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Indeed, I enjoy talking to people who cherish the 2nd Amendment, and I acknowledge, agree and respect the rights of free and responsible adults to acquire, possess and sell whatever weapons they peacefully obtain. I am far more concerned about the government bearing arms than I am about responsible citizens bearing arms. However, I often wonder if the people who cherish the 2nd Amendment also cherish freedom. They are not the same concepts.

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Back in the good old days when Americans were interested in freedom, criminal defense attorneys had an ethical duty to zealously advocate for their clients. The concept being that an adversarial system of justice was more likely to produce just results than an inquisitorial system of justice. However, the Arizona Supreme Court recently decided that the age-old duty of zealous advocacy is no longer appropriate. Attorneys in Arizona now have no such ethical duty.

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After many years as a practicing criminal defense attorney, I decided to apply to become a judge on the court of appeals. Despite good credentials and numerous letters of recommendation from several respected judges and other accomplished people, I was not deemed worthy of an interview by the appellate court selection committee. It may have had something to do with the fact that I cited a need for intellectual diversity as my reason for wanting to become an appellate court judge and used the term “pro-freedom” in my application. Maybe I was doomed from the start.

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A justice system is a necessary prerequisite to any civilized community of persons. For any justice system to be effective and just, the judges who work in such a system must possess a strong sense of justice. A judge who applies a law which is contrary to his or her strong sense of justice betrays not only the trust of those in the courtroom but also the honor of the judicial office. This judge pro tem will not act in contradiction to his strong sense of justice. Additionally, a judge who will not faithfully apply the law cannot preside over a matter in which that law is applicable. Therefore, recusal is the only option.

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I don’t represent many clients in misdemeanor cases anymore. Most of my time is spent defending major felony cases. However, once in a while I accept a misdemeanor case that is so obviously an injustice that any prosecutor would immediately dismiss the case; or so I thought.

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Attorney Marc J. Victor talks about what you need to do if you are facing criminal charges. Read the 10 Things to Know When Facing Criminal Charges.

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