Ed Wicker - San Diego Marijuana Attorney
Wicker Law Group is based in San Diego County and provides legal representation for entrepreneurs in cannabis businesses and legal representation for persons accused of crimes, both misdemeanors and felonies. Mr. Wicker was admitted to the California Bar in 1980 and has over thirty five (35) years of legal experience. Mr. Wicker is an experienced trial attorney who has personally argued many cases before a jury. His experience in criminal law extends from misdemeanors to complex felonies involving: assault, battery, domestic violence, drug possession and sales, forgery, kidnapping, murder, sex and theft crimes. Additionally he has handled over 1000+ hearings before the California Board of Prison Hearings (Parole Board) both for parole violations and for lifer hearings.
After seeing first hand the devastating effect of years of waging drug wars, Mr. Wicker has become an activist for changing the law prohibiting adult use of marijuana. Mr. Wicker is a current or past member of Americans for Safe Access (ASA), the National Cannabis Industry Association (NCIA), the NORML Legal Committee and other activist groups. He is currently a Director of San Diego NORML.
Mr. Wicker provides legal representation for entrepreneurs in cannabis businesses relying on his extensive criminal law experience to guide your cannabis business away from criminal law problems. Wicker Law Group is part of a network of attorneys, CPAs and other business professionals who have the skills and experience to assist you with your case. Learn your rights before you start any type of cannabis business. The objective of Wicker Law Group is to keep your business in compliance with all mandatory legal requirements. This is especially true in the rapidly changing world of cannabis regulations. Corporate legal services are available on an as needed basis.
Wicker Law Group is dedicated to protect your business and defend your freedom. Call for a free case evaluation.
Graduate: Whittier Law School (1979)
Member: State Bar of California (1980)
Admitted to Practice: U.S. District Court for the Southern District of California
Former Judge Pro Tem, San Diego Superior Court
Experienced in litigation and mediation