"Interesting and entertaining legal commentary regarding criminal and tort law, news, cases, and opinions."
Discusses aspects of securities law, including new SEC legislation, current trials and whistle-blowing.
"Legal musings, rants, and haiku."
"A forum for discussion of important, current issues in criminal law and procedure, a place to announce upcoming programs, cases, legislative initiatives, and policy changes, as well as a vehicle for encouraging creative law reform to promote a fair and ethical criminal process. The Pace Criminal Justice Center (PCJC) is an academic criminal law center in New York State. Accordingly, the blog will be sure to address issues, events, cases, and publications that are particularly applicable to New York State’s criminal process. At the same time, coverage will also include national, international, and comparative criminal justice issues, analyzed by experts in the field."
This blawg covers information about law and order in Florida for both practitioners and potential clients. Also some discussions about evidence and the death penalty.
"Provides criminal law resources, information and news for individuals accused of a crime, the academic community and those interested in criminal law."
Dedicated to following the very latest news regarding presidential pardons and the pardon power (or clemency powers) as exercised in each state.
"This blog introduces criminal law concepts in an easily understood manner. The blog provides quick and easy information for the busy practitioner. The non-lawyer interested in the criminal law is invited to listen in while lawyers talk shop."
This blawg answers questions about DUI laws in Pennsylvania and offers tactics to defend people charged with DUI offenses. The use of forensic science in crime labs is a frequent topic, as are DUI checkpoints.
Discusses nursing home abuse laws, reports and cases in Pennsylvania and around the nation.
Covers issues of federal appellate law, including federal criminal issues, and concentrates mostly on the decisions of the New Orleans-based 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals.
Celebrity and other news stories about arrests, as well as posts about crime trends being addressed by state legislatures and the federal government.
Posts cover Oklahoma legal news and legislation as well as criminal justice and workers' compensation topics.
Aimed primarily at consumers, posts cover procedural issues and news relating to criminal justice matters.
"Blog provides information on Arizona DUI laws, penalties, fines, defense, DUI defenses, DUI Attorneys, DUI Lawyers."
"Examining the American criminal justice system with reference to the Christian gospel and Rene Girard's theory of culture."
Posts feature experiences and insights into the criminal justice system in Florida.
"Analyzes DWI law news, cases and reports in Texas."
"Informed, dispassionate commentaries and news updates on key criminal justice and law enforcement issues."
Posts track the course of criminal prosecutions of Ponzi schemers and their accomplices as well as efforts to recover stolen funds for victims of these schemes.
A blawg "covering income taxes, campaign finance and welfare reform, affirmative action, race in the criminal justice system and conservative politics."
The authors post about books and papers, law school job openings, concerns of working professors, and "a variety of topics related to law and life."
"My opinions are my own, but the world would be a better place if everybody agreed with me." Posts discuss constitutional and evidence issues in high-profile criminal trials.
"The legal blog with the really low standard of review. While the primary emphasis of this blog is criminal law and procedure, there will be occasional commentary on constitutional and international law, as well."
"Crime, courts and legal issues in Milwaukee and throughout Wisconsin." Many daily newspapers have their own police blotter-ish crime blogs that only touch on trials, but this blog of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel really gives Wisconsin’s courts, litigation and lawyer discipline their due.