This week on the Legally Speaking Podcast, our host Robert Hanna speaks to Marc Wasserman. Marc is an attorney, filmmaker, actor and campaigner against cannabis prohibition in the United States. Based in California, Marc has been an attorney for 24 years, running a practice specialising in criminal
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This week on the Legally Speaking Podcast, our host Robert Hanna speaks to Marc Wasserman. Marc is an attorney, filmmaker, actor and campaigner against cannabis prohibition in the United States. Based in California, Marc has been an attorney for 24 years, running a practice specialising in criminal defence, family law and more. Marc is well-known for his practice Pot Brothers at Law.He's also a major Instagram influencer, and runs the @pot_brothers_at_law account with his brother (which boasts over 480,000 followers). Through his Instagram, and other social media accounts, he regularly gives great advice to US motorists on how to prevent being detained by the police for cannabis possession. His key takeaway if stopped by the police? 'Follow the Script' and then 'Shut The F*** Up!'Additionally, he's also produced several films and plays. His latest film, entitled 'Tripe Latte', is coming out soon. What's more, he's a podcast co-host for the popular 'Cannabis Talk 101' show and an actor! Topics covered include:How he built his practice straight out of law school by networking in libraries and coffee shopsHow going viral on Instagram changed his life and created a second career for him and his brotherHis advice for avoiding being imprisoned (or worse...) on cannabis possession charges (US-context)Why he believes all drugs should be legal and how cannabis prohibition has racist undertonesWhy cannabis is institutionally mischaracterised thanks the the term 'recreational'Out now on all major audio platforms and via the Legally Speaking Podcast website! Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/legallyspeakingpodcast)