The Latest News, Posts, Articles, and Media Appearances from Tully & Weiss

Thoughts on Redemption, by Joseph Tully

Posted by Joseph Tully | Mar 05, 2021 | 0 Comments

There was a concept introduced a long, long time ago as something that should be a pinnacle value. It was called “redemption.” If someone is truly sorry and asks for forgiveness and has since become a better person, we all benefit from them asking for redemption and us giving them redemption. I'm...

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Thoughts on Prop 25: Eliminating Cash Bail

Posted by Joseph Tully | Oct 27, 2020 | 0 Comments

The ACLU of Southern California opposes Prop 25 and says: NO on Prop 25 that would eliminate money bail, but replace it with risk assessment tools that are racially and socioeconomically biased. It would also expand police agency funding. SUPPORTERS of Prop 25 and the elimination of cash ...

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Community Strong: Restaurant Meals to Martinez Residents

Posted by Joseph Tully | Jul 15, 2020 | 0 Comments

Tully & Weiss are proud to partner with Martinez Strong and Downtown Martinez to help people economically impacted by the coronavirus closures.  We do not think anyone is “non-essential”, and we are giving away $30,000 worth of $50 restaurant vouchers to help the community. Martinez restaurants g...

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California Felony Procedure Explained

Posted by Joseph Tully | Jul 07, 2020 | 0 Comments

California Felony Procedure Explained by Criminal Defense Attorney Joseph Tully My name is Joseph Tully of Tully & Weiss Attorneys at Law. A lot of times criminal law can seem very mysterious, and mysterious can be very scary. The purpose of this video is to give you a brief overview of Califor...

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No Surprise, Officer Derek Chauvin Undercharged

Posted by Joseph Tully | May 29, 2020 | 0 Comments

Police Officer Derek Chauvin Undercharged. Today, after four days of outrage and protest, the chief prosecutor of Hennepin County (where Minneapolis is located) finally announced charges against Derek Chauvin, one of the officers filmed in the death of George Floyd. The Police Officer Chauvin, wa...

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We are the Sword and the Shield for Whistleblowers

Posted by Joseph Tully | May 10, 2020 | 0 Comments

A whistleblower is a person who comes forward and exposes knowledge of any wrongdoing in a company, corporation, government agency, or program. The person could be an employee, contractor, or a supplier who becomes aware of any illegal activities such as fraud, corruption, etc. Exposing the wrong...

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Do I Have to Wear a Mask? Law and Coronavirus

Posted by Joseph Tully | Apr 22, 2020 | 0 Comments

Several Counties around California, including most of the Bay Area, now mandate masks be worn in public to curb the spread of the Coronavirus. Many people are wondering if the law applies to them.  Further, is this even Constitutional? The short answer to the question “Do I Need to wear a mask?” ...

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The Constitution Versus The Virus

Posted by Joseph Tully | Apr 10, 2020 | 0 Comments

Leading criminal and civil rights attorney and author Joseph Tully addresses the Government's scope and authority to quarantine, isolate, restrict, and control during the COVID-19 outbreak, or any other crisis.  There is no doubt that COVID-19 is a deadly virus that is destroying thousands of Ame...

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Fit for Trial: My Lawyer Workout

Posted by Joseph Tully | Nov 13, 2019 | 0 Comments

The busier I get as a lawyer, the MORE time I have to work out. Being physically fit, as well as mentally fit, prepares you to function at your peak. Not every attorney has time to work on themselves. Here are some tips for attorneys to fit in fitness between cases. 😉 ​Kettlebell ​You gotta exerc...

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Disco Challenge raises $3,000 for MJHS Music!

Posted by Joseph Tully | Oct 10, 2019 | 0 Comments

On the night twenty-first night of September, Martinez boogied for a great cause and earned $3,000 for Martinez Junior High School Music programs. The “Disco Challenge” was sponsored by Tully & Weiss Attorneys at Law, and gave $100 for every video posted on Sept 21 of people dancing in public to ...

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Get Down and Boogie for MJHS Music Sept 21

Posted by Joseph Tully | Sep 18, 2019 | 0 Comments

🎶 🎸 “Do you remember, the twenty-first night of September?” 🎤🎵 Will you Disco Dance in Public to Earn $$$ for MJHS Music? Help Martinez Junior HS Music earn $3,000 on Saturday September 21st by taking the Disco Challenge! Step 1: Disco in public to “September” by Earth,Win...

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Remain Silent: Don’t Unlock Your Phone for Police

Posted by Joseph Tully | Sep 03, 2019 | 0 Comments

Tell law enforcement to “Get a Warrant” with these cell phone lock screens It is your right to refuse to grant Law Enforcement access to see what's on your phone. Technology often outpaces the law, but in this case, our tried and true Constitution has your back regarding police access to your cel...

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Not Guilty! Self-defense: The Sergeant Stood Her Ground

Posted by Joseph Tully | Aug 15, 2019 | 0 Comments

Criminal defense attorney Joseph Tully successfully defended another self-defense “Stand Your Ground” client in California at the Contra Costa Courthouse in Martinez, just two blocks from the Tully Weiss office. This new case involved Sgt. Schitara Page, an African-American woman, an Ar...

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California Canna-Patients – S.O.S.!

Posted by Joseph Tully | Jul 27, 2019 | 0 Comments

Medical cannabis patients in California are under attack from petty local bureaucrats, ever since their legal and medical protection were wiped out by  recreational legalization. Journalist R.V. Scheide reveals the plight of a Redding man persecuted for growing his own cancer medicine. The articl...

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Bank Fraud

Posted by Joseph Tully | May 25, 2019 | 0 Comments

Our Experienced Bank Fraud Criminal Lawyers Can Help in all Federal or State CA Courts If you are being investigated for or charged with bank fraud in the State of California, you are facing permanent, life-changing consequences. Bank fraud is a serious Federal crime, and those convicted of even ...

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Florida Cop Allegedly Used Police Database to Obtain Dates

Posted by Joseph Tully | Mar 13, 2019 | 0 Comments

A Florida police officer allegedly used a police database as a ‘date-a-base,' using the information he found there to meet women. Bradenton Police Sergeant Leonel Marines, 36, is alleged to have called approximately 150 women, actually going on dates with some of them. Rather than use the data fo...

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