As a child, Marcus watched an attorney work tirelessly to save his father's life. After 13 years and multiple court hearings the Landsberg family was finally made whole. The tight-knit Landsberg Family remain together today.
Of course Marcus was going to be an Attorney after that.
After winning medals at his State Academic Decathlon competition, Marcus went to the University of Arkansas on a Full Academic Scholarship. Once there, he received two more scholarships, including two from the Fulbright Institute for International Relations. Marcus was an avid reader and student from his crib, and it paid off a thousandfold.
After being awarded a partial scholarship to study at UH Law, Marcus returned to Mo'ili'ili and received his degree.
Now married and active in his community, nothing pleases Marcus more than seeing in the eyes of his client's children the same look Marcus once had. Inside knowing he has come full circle since that attorney saved his father, a lifetime ago
Languages Spoken: English, Japanese
Licensed since 2004
Fixed (Always), Retainer (Always)
Cash, Check, Credit Card
|Award Name||Grantor||Date Granted|
|PALSO Pacific Asian Studies Scholarship||University of Hawaii -- William S. Richardson School of Law||2001|
|Founder and Partner||Landsberg Law Office||2011 - Present|
|Deputy Public Defender||Office Of The Public Defender||2005 - 2011|
|Association Name||Position Name||Duration|
|Hawaii State Bar Association||N/A||2004 - Present|
|Felony Assaultive case -- High media exposure||Acquittal|
|Felony Assault on a Police Officer, Harassment, Criminal Property Damage||Defendant was acquitted on harassing one officer and kicking out the window of the car. The final charge was pled down to a no-jail misdemeanor.|
|Felony Drug Possession, Felony Paraphernalia, misdemeanor marijuana possession.||Acquittal on all charges|
|University of Hawaii at Manoa - William S. Richardson School of Law||Law||JD - Juris Doctor||2004|
|K.C. & Taka in the Morning, Power 104.3 FM||Regular legal analyst||2012|
|Joint Legal Conference, Pearl Harbor||DUI, Abuse, and Excessive Speeding for members of the Military||2012|
|Hawaii State Public Defender Training Seminar||Use Powerpoint Technology to Win Your Case -- examples and techniques||2008|