AV Preeminent Attorney Marc J. Victor


Marc J. Victor Chandler AZ, Criminal Law Lawyer

Call (480) 755-7110 to learn more about this Martindale-Hubbell® AV® Preeminent™ Rated attorney. Marc J. Victor of Marc J. Victor, P.C. 3920 South Alma School Road, Suite, Chandler, AZ, 85248. Practice areas include Criminal Law, Drug Crimes, Driving Under the Influence (DUI) and Personal Injury.
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Crossroads of the West Gun Show in Tucson

Attorney Marc J. Victor was at the Crossroads of the West Gun Show in Tucson Saturday. Marc spoke to a large group of people and gave his number one piece of advice for anyone involved in a shooting..’just shut up’. He talked about gun rights and why you should never talk to the police.

Statement on the Elizabeth Johnson Case

Elizabeth has asked me to convey her thanks to the many people who have supported her through this ordeal.  She remains deeply remorseful for her actions, and the extraordinary pain she caused, and continues to cause, to Logan’s family.  Elizabeth believes Gabriel is with a loving family, and she hopes someday Gabriel will either be found or will come forward.  Elizabeth very much misses and loves Gabriel.  Elizabeth was relieved by the sentence she received in court.  She plans to finish serving the balance of her time and to successfully complete her probation.  She plans to devote her future to helping single mothers in crisis, and hopes to make a positive difference in the world by helping others avoid the mistakes she made.  Although we asked the judge to impose probation on all three counts, we believe the judge’s sentence was reasonable and fair.  We expect Elizabeth to be released, with good behavior, in little more than one year.  Overall, Elizabeth and her family are very pleased with the results of both the trial and sentencing.


Marc J. Victor, Esq.

Marc J. Victor, P.C.

3920 South Alma School Road, Suite 5

Chandler, Arizona 85248

Marc J. Victor, P.C. Attorney for Freedom

Since 1994, the Law Firm of Marc J. Victor, P.C. has been providing legal representation throughout the state of Arizona, aggressively fighting for his clients’ rights and freedom.  As a premier criminal defense attorney in Chandler, he represents clients in criminal law, personal injury and wrongful death, general civil litigation and civil rights law, regularly fighting for those accused of felonies, such as DUI, drugs, murder, rape, sex crimes, aggravated assault and gun related charges.

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Could smoking medical marijuana get you a DUI?

Could smoking medical marijuana get you a DUI?


Posted: Aug 27, 2012 6:08 PM Updated: Aug 27, 2012 6:20 PM

By Elizabeth Erwin – bio | email

PHOENIX (CBS5) -In Arizona you can get a DUI if you seem impaired – it doesn’t matter what your blood alcohol content is or what kind of drugs are in your system.  Right now the same goes for pot.”I think a lot of this is yet to be determined, but I can tell you how I think it’s going to shake out,” said attorney Marc Victor.

Victor has seen his fair share of DUI cases.

“I’ve been doing this for almost 19 years,” he said.

He seemed like a good place to start with our questions about how Arizona’s DUI laws will work with medical marijuana.

“If a person is impaired because of any drug, whether it’s marijuana, whether it’s alcohol, then they’re going to have a problem under the DUI law,” Victor said.

Arizona’s DUI law has a couple different parts.  One we’re all familiar with said if your driving is impaired you’re probably going to get a DUI.  But there’s another part you might not know about.

“People don’t understand this section. Merely the fact that it’s in your system, without any impairment at all, which means you could be perfectly safe driving down the road, not a danger to anyone at all and yet still a violation,” Victor said.

Marijuana can stay in your system for days, meaning if you smoked Monday you could still get a DUI that weekend. That means even if you can legally smoke pot, you legally can’t drive.

“The way I believe this is going to shake out is if the person is a qualifying patient and they have a card to use marijuana, then I think and I suspect in order to harmonize the provisions of our new law with the provisions of our old law that the courts are ultimately going to say that it’s a free pass,” Victor said.

Copyright 2012 CBS 5 (Meredith Corporation). All rights reserved.



Rule of Law Radio Show Interview
















Marc Victor at the NORML Meeting
















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Attorney Marc J. Victor who is running for the US Senate gives a talk to a group in Phoenix at the NORML meeting. NORML is the National Organization For The Reform of Marijuana Laws.

Marc J. Victor P.C. describes an interesting marijuana court case. Marc  represents clients throughout the State of Arizona including Chandler, Phoenix, Tempe, Gilbert, Scottsdale, Mesa, Tucson, Peoria, Yuma, Flagstaff and Glendale.