The Neuroethics and Law Blog is an "interdisciplinary forum for legal and ethical issues related to the brain and cognition."
Largely aimed at a consumer audience, posts cover criminal justice issues and procedure.
Provides opinion on criminal law news, cases and reports in New Jersey.
"News and legal updates on DWI law, refusal charges, evidence, traffic stops, blood and breath tests and other criminal law topics."
Examines criminal law cases, reports and news in New Jersey.
This blawg covers news, information, and events about criminal defense law in the state of New Jersey including shoplifting, drunken driving and theft.
"Reports on DWI law news, cases and opinions in New Jersey."
"New Orleans criminal law with some lagniappe."
Posts answer "questions regarding criminal charges, criminal procedures, fraud and other charges."
New York criminal justice news and Tillem & Campbell news.
Describes and reviews developments in New York criminal law.
Discusses New York criminal law news, cases and opinions.
New York criminal defense law involving criminal traffic matters, as well as New York DUI and vehicular assault cases.
News of celebrity entertainers' and prominent New Yorkers' brushes with the law and repeated urgings for readers in similar situations to retain the author's law firm.
Criminal justice news and posts relating to New York's penal code.
"Reviews DWI news, cases and reports in New York."
Blog talks about issues relating to DWIs and DUIs in New York, written for an audience of people facing charges. Recent entries include "Refusal Hearings Issues In New York State – DMV," "Do You Have To Take The Field Sobriety Tests in New York?" and "These Are Some Of The Circumstances That Would Cause Me to Be Dropped From the New York State Drunk Driver Program (DDP)."
"Issues affecting the Milwaukee area, local news stories, and updates in the law."
Commentary and summaries of cases before the San Francisco-based 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals.
"Information about criminal law in the nation's capitol provided by a solo practitioner and criminal trial lawyer."
"I go to court almost every day to argue about one thing or another. This page is simply a continuation of that vocation. I have no creed, no program, no agenda. I just want to raise some hell and have a little fun." Most posts focus on the author's takes on criminal law issues in Connecticut and beyond.
"The purpose of the blog is to disseminate information about, and to serve as a forum for the discussion of, North Carolina criminal law and procedure and related topics."
Mirriam Seddiq is a “born-again lawyer” who returned to practice and blogging after two years at home with her children. She writes about finding mentorship as a solo, recent criminal rulings, and about moments from her life that have affected her notions of justice.
"The Ogden Attorney Blog focuses on issues facing Utah residents, including new laws, emerging trends in the criminal justice system and surprising legal news in the local community."
"Focused on Ohio Criminal Appeals."