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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Marc Victor Gives Legal Opinion in Jodi Arias Trial

Jodi Arias

Marc Victor gives his legal opinion in the Jodi Arias Trial.

Prosecutors charged that Arias killed her on-again-off-again boyfriend in a jealous rage after a final, X-rated tryst in 2008. Arias could face the death penalty if convicted.

Elizabeth Johnson Sentencing

Elizabeth Johnson Marc Victor

Elizabeth Johnson sentenced to 5.25 years in prison, minus time served

Defense Will Drop Bombshell Today in Court!

Breaking News- The defense for Elizabeth Johnson will be dropping a bombshell today in court!

Trial set to begin soon: http://www.kpho.com/category/224303/cbs-5-local-live-streaming



Filed motion for a rule 20, but the judge will not rule on this until the 15th now. You can read the motion here: http://www.attorneyforfreedom.com/index.cfm/g/media/f/motion-to-strike-allegation-of=dangerous-crimes-elizabeth-johnson.htm

Johnson trial could end quickly

PHOENIX -The trial continues for the mother of a missing child and it could be in the jury’s hands this week.Many thought Elizabeth Johnson’s trial would last into November, but those estimates are changing.

On the stand Monday were a man and woman who were likely among the last people to see Johnson in Texas.

The first witness called was a Texas babysitter Johnson hired off Craigslist to watch baby Gabriel. She said she babysat the little boy for about 2 and a half hours.

The judge did not allow cameras to film the babysitter’s face in court.

The second witness was the manager of a bus depot in Texas. It’s the same depot where Johnson bought her bus ticket to Florida.

He testified that Johnson did not have Gabriel with her when she bought that ticket.

Video: FOX 10’s Alexis Vance talks to Scott Halverson, a defense attorney, about the case.