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Mark J. Randaza (born November 26, 1969) is a U.S. First Amendment lawyer and commentator on Infowars and CNN on legal matters. Randa was born in Gloucester, Massachusetts. He graduated from Gloucester High School in 1987. Randaza attended the University of Massachusetts Amherst, where he majored in journalism. Randas worked as a journalist and advertising consultant in Washington. C, Palermo, Rome, New York City, Miami. In 1996, Randaza was inspired to join law school by The People against Larry Flynt. He attended Georgetown University Law Center and graduated in 2000. During law school, he trained for Dennis Johnson of the Vermont Supreme Court. He continued his First Amendment education by enrolling at the University of Florida, where he earned a master's degree in communications, and wrote his dissertation on vote pairing, which was cited by the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals. Randza licensed to practice law in Massachusetts (2002), Florida (2003), California (2010), Arizona (2010), and Nevada (2012). Randaza's first case was a fraternity at Boston University when he accused the fraternity's brothers of destroying their home and other misconduct. He then began practicing in Florida as a real estate lawyer. He soon returned to the First Amendment and the media field, representing an adult library in Fort Myers, Florida. Shortly thereafter, he moved to Orlando, Florida, where his practice of the First Amendment and the Media Act expanded. He began representing defendants in SLAPP suits, pornographic companies, and protesters, in constitutional law matters that are often unpopular.