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“We, as criminal defense lawyers, are forced to deal with some of the lowest people on earth, people who have no sense of right and wrong, people who will lie in court to get what they want, people who do not care who gets hurt in the process. It is our job–our sworn duty–as criminal defense lawyers, to protect our clients from those people.” — Cynthia Roseberry
NORML Lawyers in Phoenix Arizona – Attorney Marc J Victor is on the legal committee for the National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws (“NORML”) He has been asked to speak many times at various pro-marijuana events and debated Maricopa County Attorney Bill Montgomery several times, once at Arizona State University and again at The Pyle Center in Tempe Arizona.

 

 

Attorney Marc J. Victor has authored several articles on ending the drug war. In his article: “Legalize Methamphetamine” he gives the reasons why the drug war needs to end not just for marijuana, but for all drugs if we are to have a free society. In his article: Not Guilty on 83-lbs of Marijuana and Still No Justice Marc talks about a specific marijuana case he won but still felt like there was no justice.

Marc was later asked to debate Seth Leibsohn from Arizonans for Responsible Drug Policy.

 

 

He later appeared on The Seth Leibsohn Radio Show as a guest to continue their discussion.

 

 

Mr. Victor maintains a running challenge to debate anyone in support of the drug war. His recent request to debate Yavapai County Attorney Sheila Polk was declined.

If you have been charged with a crime involving marijuana, call The Marijuana Attorney, call Marc J. Victor at; 480-755-7110 and put a marijuana legalization attorney on your side.

 

We represent clients throughout the State of Arizona including Chandler, Phoenix, Tempe, Gilbert, Scottsdale, Mesa, Tucson, Peoria, Yuma, Flagstaff and Glendale

 

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