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Welcome to the 757 renaissance man podcast, on this episode we chop it up with  Marc D Wasserman, Esq (POT BROTHERS AT LAW)

*Special July 1st Marijuana Legalization Episode*

On this episode we discuss

Why education on traffic stop laws are important

Are the police trained properly

Yes Pot Brothers smoke cannabis, are brothers, and are attorneys

The no BS tell it like it is attorneys

How social media helped them spread education

Advice for Virginia on July 1st

Legalization is really not legal

Don't be satisfied with the minimum

Get your ducks in a row for 2024

Watch the zones go to your city council meetings!

Will cannabis ever be federally legal?

Cannabis as a medicine the importance of being able to get your medicine

Big Pharma vs Cannabis

Using the correct terminology with cannabis

Am I being detained or am I free to go? Slam version!

What is the script

When cops ask questions, comply and then STFU!

And much much more!

Let’s have a conversation with  Marc D Wasserman, Esq

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Marc D Wasserman, Esq

Attorney at law

Marc Wasserman is a renaissance man as evidenced by his extensive array of experiences and diverse influences on his style. He attended Whitney High School, one of the top ranking High Schools in the Country; the subject of the bestselling book School of Dreams. With his own dreams of becoming an actor and filmmaker, Marc founded and was the first president of his High School’s Drama Club.

His focus throughout his high school years was on the arts; thriving in his acting workshops and performing in summer stock musicals and plays. Each high school experience collectively prepared him for his college career as a Theater Arts major at the University of California Irvine.

While attending UC Irvine, Marc was faced with an unanticipated obstacle; he was diagnosed with the potentially fatal illness, Meningitis and was bed ridden for 5 months.

Once he recovered, he decided to take a break and withdrew from college, leaving in good standing. From there he went to Hollywood to pursue his dreams. After years of hard work, landing roles in plays, films, television, musicals and PSA’s, Marc added writing to his resume. His first screenplay was titled Terminal which is based on his near death experience with meningitis.

Marc also tried his hand in filmmaking, writing a script that he ultimately decided to produce himself; though it was halted due to financial issues. After some thought, in 1992 Marc returned to college.

Instead of returning to UC Irvine, he chose to attend 4 different community colleges, cramming 3 years of schooling into just 1 ½ years. Realizing his full potential, Marc’s focus shifted from The Arts to Law. He made the decision to take the LSAT (Law School Admission Test) and enrolled at Western State University College of Law in Fullerton, CA.

Marc had completed several college courses in the past, but his strength in academics was not apparent until Law School. It was the fear of failure that pushed him to excel, spending countless hours studying in the Law Library. Resulting from his commitment to succeed, he became an honor student, won an American Jurisprudence Award for legal writing, and completed Law School in just 2 ½ years.

Marc’s next step was to take The California State Bar exam, which was more of a challenge; passing the test on his third attempt. His experience is documented in his semi autobiographical film, Triple Latte. Marc was sworn in June, 1996 and became an attorney; while that same year, Prop 215 passed in California.

Rather than work for a big law firm, Marc opened his own law office and began practicing criminal defense. Aligning his legal achievements with the passing of Prop 215, the majority of cases were related to those wrongly accused of marijuana crimes under the new law.

Over the next 20 years, Marc divided his time between his law practice, making movies, and starting a family.

In 1996 he and his best friend David Cohen established Res Ipsa Production and produced his play ‘Terminal’ which Marc had written years earlier. It ran at the McCadden Theater in Hollywood for an entire month before premiering on the big screen at the Bare Bones International Film Festival in Muskogee, Oklahoma.

Marc continued producing, writing, and acting for several projects; all of which are noted on his IMDB page.

Today, Marc is one ½ of the business Pot Brothers at Law, which was co-founded with his brother Craig, and he is 1 of 4 that make up the Cannabis Talk 101 team.

Marc is married and currently has 3 children. His background in the arts combined with his legal expertise has contributed to the successful development of various platforms utilized for advocacy and education regarding the laws surrounding cannabis. Through these platforms, Marc continues to help spread awareness while showing the public that you can be a professional and work in the cannabis industry.