Freddy Sayegh is an American criminal defense and entertainment attorney, and the managing partner at The Foxx Firm, Inc., located in Los Angeles, California. He has spent the last decade on the front lines fighting for justice in nearly every single state and federal court in California. Mr. Sayegh has appeared in The New York Times, B.B.C., USA Today, The Los Angeles Times, CNN, NBC, CBS, Fox News, TMZ, E! and others.
American Lawyer Media rated him as Top Criminal Lawyer in California for 2013, Top Criminal Lawyer by Pasadena Magazine in 2014, and he was named attorney of the year in 2010 by EDM Magazine.
Freddy Sayegh has been counsel in cases pertaining to Leonardo DiCaprio, Lady Gaga, Chris Brown, Queen of the Stone Age, Death Row Records, Junior Mafia, Wu-Tang Clan, Little Kim, Notorious BIG, Lil Cease, R. Kelly, Eddie Griffin, T.I., Bob Marley Family, Marques Houston, Suge Knight, Sean Paul, Spragga Benz, Half Pint, Kevin Hart and others.
In 2009, Mr. Sayegh partnered with former O.J. Simpson prosecutor and law professor Christopher A. Darden, spending four years together where they defended many high profile criminal cases, civil rights actions and appeals.
Freddy Sayegh is also considered one of the top medical marijuana attorneys and activists in the country. He has successfully defended hundreds of defendants charged with marijuana violations, including dispensaries, co-ops, cultivators and patients. He was the Key note speaker in 2013 for Hempcon, guest speaker at Kush Expo, The National Marijuana Business Expo, Cannabis Career Institute and at the Medical Cannabis Caregivers Institute. He is general counsel for the Cannabis Workers Union and Med-Box. In 2010 he published the California Cultivators Defense Manual.
Mr. Sayegh has represented many high profile dee jays, producers and production companies including Insomniac Events, Fresh Entertainment, and Mega Productions.Medical Marijuana Bio
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