Criminal Defense Attorney
"It is important to me is that lawyers understand the need for the psychodramatic process. So many attorneys are blind and do not understand the importance of the archaeological dig within oneself."
Victor Marshall is a graduate of Thurgood Marshall School of Law. Victor dedicated his life to providing the highest quality legal services to all accused by our government. With twenty 27 years of trial experience, he has tried over a hundred cases ranging from DUIs to special circumstance murders. His lectures include the California Public Defenders Association (CPDA).
He and Grover Porter pioneered the concept of live mock jury selection with CPDA. Additional lectures were with the Criminal Courts Bar Association, co-lectured with the esteemed Joseph Low at the San Bernardino County Public Defender, Criminal Justice Reform and Diversity in the Law Forum,
Mr. Marshall shared many of his techniques while teaching at Loma Linda University and Platt College as a professor. He was published in the Riverside County Lawyer Magazine and was profiled as an up-and-coming lawyer. Furthermore, he was recognized for his contributions as a temporary bench officer.
He recently joined the Office of the Public Defender in Ventura County to continue honing his skill set and helping others in need.