Fireworks and the Second Amendment

Fireworks and the Second Amendment

In 1776, our forefathers fought for independence, liberty, and to establish a new form of government free of tyrannical rule. We celebrate their victory and our independence every Fourth of July as, “Independence Day.” Key to the victory of the colonists over the...
Liberty, Pandemic, and Hindsight for the NEXT Quarantine

Liberty, Pandemic, and Hindsight for the NEXT Quarantine

Finally, California is back open – until next time! Over the past year, COVID-19 wreaked havoc on families, businesses, and the country.  A number of drastic measures were imposed by all levels of government during the crisis. Our firm represented a number of...
Detained by Police for Doing NOTHING

Detained by Police for Doing NOTHING

In the United States, we are protected against unreasonable search and seizure by the Fourth Amendment. Police cannot detain, frisk, or interrogate a person without reasonable suspicion of a crime. Americans are free to walk down the street without being hassled or...
Joseph Tully Talks Real-life Law & Order on CourtTV

Joseph Tully Talks Real-life Law & Order on CourtTV

In the criminal justice system… Dun-DUN! After years of hard work, expert certification by the California Bar, and many successes at trial, I am ready for prime time.  Calls have been coming in for me to provide expert legal analysis for cases in the headlines...
Thoughts on Redemption, by Joseph Tully

Thoughts on Redemption, by Joseph Tully

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...