Marc J. Victor is a certified Criminal Law Specialist by The Arizona Board of Legal Specialization and is admitted in Arizona & Hawai‘i.
Marc has been zealously representing clients in serious state and federal criminal law matters for well over twenty-five years.
Marc has represented clients in more than a thousand major felony cases including first and second-degree murder, sex cases, gun cases, major drug cases, complex white-collar cases, federal appeals, high-profile civil rights, personal injury, and other complex state and federal matters.
His jury trial experience includes several murder trials including death eligible matters as well as complex sex and drug cases including both state and federal courts.
During his career, Marc has successfully represented clients in many high-profile and media attention cases, including his representation of Elizabeth Johnson in the nationally televised “Baby Gabriel” case.
He has twice debated Maricopa County Attorney Bill Montgomery on the drug war and has also successfully argued before the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals in San Francisco.
As a long-time freedom activist, Marc is regularly invited to speak to audiences across Arizona on a variety of issues including ending the drug war, the rights of gun owners, the free market, criminal justice issues as well as a variety of other criminal law-related issues.
Most recently, Marc has spoken on the Live and Let Live Principle, the foundation upon which he has established The World’s Only Real Peace Movement.
Marc has also been quoted locally, nationally, and internationally on radio, television, and in print.
Several local and national media outlets turn to Marc for his legal commentary and expertise on high-profile criminal cases.
Marc and firm partner Andrew Marcantel host The Peace Radicals Podcast with a new episode every Friday.
The Peace Radicals is available on most streaming platforms including Apple Podcasts and Spotify and is also available to watch on YouTube.