Tully Weiss In the News

60 Minutes

Informant says he was planted in Orange County jail to snitch

Mark Cleveland tells 60 Minutes he shaved 40 years off his sentence by becoming a jailhouse informant for Orange County law enforcement officials, now under investigation

San Francisco Chronicle

Supes Extend Deadline For Cannabis Business Applicants

The Contra Costa County Board of Supervisors voted unanimously Tuesday morning to extend the application timeline for entrepreneurs seeking land use permits for cannabis-based businesses like retail storefronts, commercial grows and manufacturing operations.

San Jose Mercury News

SV Chat: Joseph Tully, bringing legal system to light

California’s justice system — especially the ranks of cops, district attorneys and judges — are “Machiavellians,” “sadists” and “sociopaths.”

That’s the message put forth in “California: State of Collusion,”…

California: State of Collusion

Power, Conspiracy, and Cover Ups in a Failed Criminal Justice System

An Inside Look at California s Corrupt Criminal Justice System and the Very Real Dangers Citizens Face
In California: State of Collusion, legal gladiator Joseph Tully exposes California’s alarming culture of power, conspiracy, and cover-ups. 

Rolling Stone

Peter Tosh’s Son in Coma: Inside Fight for Jawara McIntosh

In a coma since a February beating in a New Jersey jail, the late reggae star’s son is holding on – and his family is fighting for justice

Rolling Stone

Drone operator wants to apologize to CHP pilot for near miss in Martinez

On the night of December 6th, a young man who was flying his drone near his Martinez home nearly caused it to collide with a California Highway Patrol (CHP) helicopter.

Get Down and Boogie for MJHS Music Sept 21

Get Down and Boogie for MJHS Music Sept 21

Support Music Education in Martinez! 🎶 🎸 "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:...

Remain Silent: Don’t Unlock Your Phone for Police

Remain Silent: Don’t Unlock Your Phone for Police

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...

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....

California Canna-Patients – S.O.S.!

California Canna-Patients – S.O.S.!

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...

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 some...

Is Cannabis Cash in California Being Used to Bribe Public Officials?

Is Cannabis Cash in California Being Used to Bribe Public Officials?

Proposition 64 was approved by voters in November 2016. This passage legalized recreational marijuana, one incentive had been to dry up the black market for the drug that was linked to other, more serious criminal activity. However, The Los Angeles Times recently...

Major Study Shows Police Traffic Stops Often Based on Racial Profiling

Major Study Shows Police Traffic Stops Often Based on Racial Profiling

The largest amount of data ever collected regarding police traffic stops shows racial profiling is alive and well among police officers. The Stanford Open Policing Project, (“SOPP”) consisting of an interdisciplinary team of journalists and researchers at Stanford...

Florida Cop Allegedly Used Police Database to Obtain Dates

Florida Cop Allegedly Used Police Database to Obtain Dates

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...

New Law on Police Transparency Passes Final Hurdle in CA Supreme Court

New Law on Police Transparency Passes Final Hurdle in CA Supreme Court

A law mandating greater transparency for law enforcement officer personnel records, signed by former Governor Jerry Brown in September of last year, has survived a legal challenge in the California Supreme Court and is free to be implemented. At issue was the scope of...