Clayton M. Tullos is an experienced attorney who is focused on criminal defense and family law in Eugene, Oregon. Clayton's philosophy on criminal defense is simple – he makes the government prove the case against you squarely within the bounds of the United States Constitution, Oregon Constitution, statutes, and relevant case law. For cases that do not go to trial, Clayton negotiates and argues on your behalf so that any sanction is minimized (i.e. less jail time, reduced fines, pleading to a lesser crime, etc). Clayton has represented individuals charged with minor infractions and misdemeanors as well as the most serious crimes and felonies, such as measure 11 crimes as well as murder. When you hire Tullos Law LLC, every case receives the same review and careful consideration. No case is too small, no case is too complicated.
Clayton is an experienced civil litigator and trial attorney, having successfully litigated motions for summary judgment, real property, divorce, custody, parenting time, and a variety of other claims and defenses.
Give Tullos Law LLC a call today, and you'll find that Clayton is a cost-effective, quality attorney when compared to other attorneys.
For years now, Clayton has represented clients on criminal defense, DUI, and family legal matters. Early in his career, he gained experience as a city prosecutor for the City of Springfield, and also worked with the prosecutors in the Lane County District Attorney's office from 2010-2011. Clayton has previously worked in a larger “firm” environment; however, he felt he could better serve the Eugene, Springfield, and surrounding communities by representing clients from all walks of life at Tullos Law LLC.
Clayton published a paper in the Oregon Defense Attorney Journal detailing the history of non-unanimous jury trials in Oregon which helped to lead Oregon back towards juror unanimity: See – Non-Unanimous Jury Trials in Oregon. Clayton is a 2011 graduate of the University of Oregon School of Law. He has his undergraduate degree in History from Texas Tech University.
Clayton has an 10-year-old son and 7-year-old daughter. He enjoys spending time with his family, photographing beautiful and wild locations, biking, running, hiking, camping, and a variety of other outdoor activities.
Clayton M. Tullos