Topics include corporate interests, the Federal Trade Commission, patent laws, the U.S. Supreme Court, and the Washington Legal Foundation's litigation and amicus briefs.
"Exposes injustices, primarily in the field of criminal law."
Posts cover issues of concern to readers who have been in a car accident or charged with DUI.
This blawg covers legal news from Maryland and beyond, medical malpractice, legal writing, criminal law, legislation relating to accident law, verdicts and settlements.
"Opinions and discussions about law-related topics of interest to lawyers and laypersons alike."
"Dedicated to scholarship, articles and news regarding plea bargaining in criminal cases in the United States and around the world. The purpose of this blog is to further our understanding of the plea bargaining machine and its role in the criminal justice system."
"The Ponzi Scheme Blog regularly posts discussions about current legal opinions issued in Ponzi scheme cases, in addition to news in Ponzi scheme cases. Additionally, see the monthly roundup of news published on the last day of each month."
News, commentary and analysis on prisons: government proposals with the aim of stemming overcrowding and recidivism; inmate living conditions and changing demographics; sentencing issues.
Posts discuss criminal law topics with a focus on New York and New Jersey.
"News and commentary on the law of the financial markets."
This blawg covers news related to legislation regarding criminal sentencing, disenfranchisement and other inmate-rights issues.
Blog focuses on tax law, specifically what actions can expose a taxpayer to civil and criminal charges. Also featured is an original poem, "Tax: That Three Letter Four Letter Word."
"False confessions are a terrible tragedy that is largely preventable. This blog has three specific goals for combating the tragedy:
"1. to educate the public and policymakers and deepen understanding of all aspects of the problem;
"2. to promote specific reforms; and
"3. to assist attorneys with clients who may have confessed falsely."
"An ongoing forensic science reference for DUI lawyers and criminal defense attorneys."
Though not every post is law-related, those that are give an entertaining little window into military law practice.
"Mostly law professors, blogging about whatever we want since 2002."
Posts cover criminal justice, the drug war and civil liberties.
Posts have news and commentary related to whistle-blowing cases and legislation, both state and federal.
"Law, politics, pop culture, sports, and a touch of Oregon."
A blog of the Colorado Criminal Justice Reform Coalition, focused on reversing the trend of mass incarceration.
Commentary and summaries of cases before the Philadelphia-based 3rd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals.
"Privacy, crime and security online." Posts cover the criminal charges filed and appellate rulings handed down that contribute to the evolving definition of what online speech is legal and ethical, among other media law and technology law issues in the news.
Posts answer questions that might be posed by a potential criminal defense client.
"St. Louis traffic ticket blog."
"I attended about 90 percent of the Phil Spector trial and wrote about my experiences. Even though the trial is over, I still have a few more stories coming. I plan on attending Spector round deux. I will attend as many of the hearings for the next trial as I can work into my schedule."