This blawgger links to peculiar mainstream media stories related to criminal law, discusses Virginia Supreme Court decisions and shares anecdotes and photos from his day-to-day life.
Prosecutor Mark Pryor blogs about cases “in the same way I tell my kids,” he writes, “leaving out analysis, legal discussion, names, dates and, well, facts.” Recent posts also include installments from an unpublished true-crime book he researched and wrote and answers to readers' questions about it.
"A view (occasionally humorous) of the causes, characters and craziness of the criminal courts and life from a prosecutor's perspective."
"Posting the sane and insane news about the law and what otherwise strikes my fancy.The opinions and commentary made by this author is solely his own. It does not reflect the opinion of any other individual or organization including the Comal County Criminal District Attorney's Office or Comal County."
"Harangues that just make sense."
Posts cover criminal law issues and current events from the standpoint of a prosecutor, offer insight into the criminal justice system and trials and tell amusing court stories.
"This blog will be devoted to exploring the crisis in the Catholic Church, the destruction of Western Civilization, and the airing of my gripes about my professional field, criminal justice, viewed from my lofty perch as a local prosecutor in the trenches. I make no apologies for my visceral traditionalism nor for my heroes, such as (in random order) Chesterton, Salazar, Scalia, Marcel Lefebvre."
"Our mission is to frame all aspects of athletics—including but not limited to competition, contracts, agents, media."
"I recently came across another tumblr catering to public defenders. I found it hilarious and thought it would be fitting to create one for the other side. ... Please take these posts as lighthearted; they are not meant to offend anyone. This is a place for prosecutors to share, vent and take a break from otherwise stressful days." Posts are humorous animated GIFs.