Do I Have to Wear a Mask? Law and Coronavirus

Do I Have to Wear a Mask? Law and Coronavirus

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...
The Constitution Versus The Virus

The Constitution Versus The Virus

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

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

Another California Stand Your Ground Victory This week 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....
Benno family trial continues with new judge, no mistrial declared

Benno family trial continues with new judge, no mistrial declared

KRCR ABC 7 – Local News by Josh Copitch, March 7, 2017 REDDING: In a turn of events since Monday, the Benno family marijuana and weapons trial was not declared a mistrial Tuesday morning. On Monday court officials believed that Judge Stephen Baker discovered...

Charges Dropped against Heidi Lepp in Marijuana Case

The Davis Vanguard by David Greenwald, March 5, 2019 Heidi Lepp will not have to return to court after all.  Ten days after a jury was unable to reach a verdict in the case where Ms. Lepp was charged with two felony conspiracy charges, prosecutors decided that they...
Hung jury in reverend’s trial

Hung jury in reverend’s trial

Yuba County DA to decide if prosecutors should retry case against self-proclaimed Rastafarian church leader Appeal-Democrat by Rachel Rosenbaum, February 21, 2019 After two and a half days of deliberation, a Yuba County jury could not agree on a verdict in the...