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This blog contains advice for trial lawyers and (to a lesser extent) clients, with posts such as "Twelve Ways To Alienate The Trial Judge" and "Why You Need To Interview Your Client."
Discusses the science behind "toxic torts" and techniques for trying mass tort cases.
"Legal links for attorneys and private investigators that will aid professionals."
"Discusses mesothelioma and asbestos litigation cases nationally and includes courtroom admissions, recent court rulings, opinions, depositions, recent legal decisions from the top law firms nationally representing mesothelioma and asbestos victims."
Posts are primarily about criminal cases in Minnesota, but also address high-profile criminal cases around the country. Occasionally has tips for criminal defendants.
Posts cover news, scientific developments and changes in the law relating to drunken driving, aka DWI/DUI/OWI, in Minnesota.
"Mountain Legal's criminal defense blog discusses issues of importance to the Colorado criminal defense community and to criminal defendants in Colorado."
The Neuroethics and Law Blog is an "interdisciplinary forum for legal and ethical issues related to the brain and cognition."
"Focusing on New Jersey appeals, appellate law, and appellate practice, particularly regarding decisions and other actions of the Supreme Court of New Jersey, the Superior Court of New Jersey, Appellate Division, and the Third Circuit Court of Appeals." Written for an audience of lawyers.
"News and legal updates on DWI law, refusal charges, evidence, traffic stops, blood and breath tests and other criminal law topics."
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)."
"Legal and tech perspectives on cloud and social media evidence."
"A hub to find out the latest from the world of eDiscovery, social media archiving, and trial presentation solutions."
Posts are on general topics of legal interest, not limited to Illinois. There's no real overarching theme to the coverage, other than analysis of current cases.
"Developments at the intersection of law, litigation, and technology, from the perspective of a New York litigator."
"Focused on Ohio Criminal Appeals."
Posts are related Ohio law as it relates to those charged with driving under the influence.
An e-discovery blog, written by a blawgger who promises: "I’ve no intention to make this a lightning rod for controversial topics, yet have no hesitancy in pointing out the emperor’s new clothes, or his 800-pound gorilla sitting in the corner. I will also try to stay away from the use of the word ’synergies‘ or ‘in this space‘ as much as possible.”
"This blog was created by Orlando Mediator Lawrence Kolin, Esq. to explore issues and trends in dispute resolution." The blog also discusses e-discovery issues.
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.
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.
PI Buzz is billed as the official blog of PI Magazine, the largest trade publication for private investigators and law enforcement detectives in the U.S. Posts include information on public records access and other ways to access data.
"The new approach to eDiscovery." Posts cover the newest trends in eDiscovery management.
"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.
"This blog discusses the latest development on evidentiary privileges for corporate and outside counsel."