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February 9, 1991 | JERRY HICKS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A felony cocaine possession charge against former North Municipal Court Commissioner Robert K. Tuller Jr. was dismissed Friday after a judge determined that he had gone "far beyond" the requirements of a drug diversion program for first-time offenders. Tuller, in his first public statement since his arrest in May, said he believes that he is free of a cocaine problem now. "The Betty Ford Center saved my life," Tuller said. Deputy Dist. Atty. Carl Armbrust told Central Municipal Judge James M.
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February 9, 1991 | JERRY HICKS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A felony cocaine possession charge against former North Municipal Court Commissioner Robert K. Tuller Jr. was dismissed Friday after a judge determined that he had gone "far beyond" the requirements of a drug diversion program for first-time offenders. Tuller, in his first public statement since his arrest in May, said he believes that he is free of a cocaine problem now. "The Betty Ford Center saved my life," Tuller said. Deputy Dist. Atty. Carl Armbrust told Central Municipal Judge James M.
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June 23, 1990 | CATHERINE GEWERTZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Robert K. Tuller, who resigned as a Fullerton Municipal Court commissioner after he was caught buying cocaine, Friday took the first step in a process that could lead to the dismissal of drug charges if he undergoes drug rehabilitation therapy. Tuller, 46, appeared in Municipal Court for arraignment on one felony count of possession of cocaine, but he did not enter a plea. Instead, Municipal Judge Gary P.
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June 23, 1990 | CATHERINE GEWERTZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Robert K. Tuller, who resigned as a Fullerton Municipal Court commissioner after he was caught buying cocaine, Friday took the first step in a process that could lead to the dismissal of drug charges if he undergoes drug rehabilitation therapy. Tuller, 46, appeared in Municipal Court for arraignment on one felony count of possession of cocaine, but he did not enter a plea. Instead, Municipal Judge Gary P.
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July 22, 1986 | Juan Arancibia
Robert K. Tuller Jr., a former deputy marshal at North Orange County Municipal Court who went into private law practice, has returned to that courthouse as a traffic trial commissioner. Tuller, 42, took the bench July 7 after being appointed by the municipal judges of the North Court, according to Court Administrator Robert R. Rill. A lifetime resident of Fullerton, Tuller has practiced law in the city for the past 13 years.
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May 19, 1990 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Fullerton Municipal Court Commissioner Robert K. Tuller Jr. used his courtroom chambers to arrange to buy cocaine and was ultimately ensnared with the help of a man who says he used the drug with Tuller for 10 years, according to police records revealed Friday. Tuller, 46, was arrested in the bathroom of an Anaheim motel room May 11 with a vial of cocaine in one hand and a blow torch in the other, the records show, adding that a glass pipe, test tube, baking soda and 151-proof rum were nearby.
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May 12, 1990 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Capping a six-month investigation, Anaheim police said Friday that they caught an Orange County traffic judge in a sting operation and arrested him on suspicion of cocaine possession. Police said they received a tip earlier this year that Municipal Court Commissioner Robert K. Tuller Jr., 46, allegedly used cocaine on a "regular basis." That information prompted an investigation by the Anaheim police, the district attorney's office and state Bureau of Narcotics Enforcement.
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May 14, 1990 | From Times Staff and Wire Service Reports
Judges of the North Orange County Municipal Court decided after a meeting this morning to ask for the resignation of Court Commissioner Robert K. Tuller Jr. after his arrest last week on suspicion of cocaine possession. Presiding Judge Linda Lancett Miller said she and the 11 other judges on the North Court bench in Fullerton asked that Tuller submit his resignation effective July 1. If he chooses not to resign, state law empowers the judges to fire him.
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June 6, 1990 | JIM CARLTON
A court commissioner arrested in May on drug charges has resigned his post at the request of North Municipal Court judges. Commissioner Robert K. Tuller Jr. submitted his resignation late last week, effective July 15, Presiding Judge Linda Lancet Miller said Tuesday. Miller and the other 11 judges of the court had asked Tuller to resign after he was arrested May 11 in the bathroom of an Anaheim motel with a vial of cocaine in one hand and a blowtorch in the other.
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May 14, 1985 | JAMES S. GRANELLI, Times Staff Writer
A lawyer for feminist leader Ginny Foat sued his former client Monday for $9,800 in attorney fees and costs for his help in her successful defense of murder charges in Louisiana 18 months ago. Fullerton lawyer Robert K. Tuller claimed in his Orange County Superior Court suit that Foat, who lives in the San Francisco area, has paid $7,820 but has failed to make any payments on the balance since March, 1984.
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February 11, 1996
A youngster's values and behavior patterns are pretty well set by the time he or she is 6 or 7 years old. Sure, when a toddler of 3 to 6 has a temper tantrum, he or she needs a little "love tap" on their bottom to cool their fire. But at 6 to 10, the age of those who are causing the teacher problems, forget it. The die is cast. From there on, all one can do is give guidance. I suggest that the ones under scrutiny should be the parents. They are the ones responsible for the end product.
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May 12, 1990 | ERIC LICHTBLAU, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Capping a six-month investigation, Anaheim police said Friday that they caught an Orange County traffic judge in a sting operation and arrested him on suspicion of cocaine possession. Police said they received a tip earlier this year that Municipal Court Commissioner Robert K. Tuller Jr., 46, based in the Fullerton courthouse, used cocaine on a "regular basis."
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