This victims' rights blog's posts often focus on events or policies that interfere with the swift meting out of criminal justice measures. They also cover criminal cases before the U.S. Supreme court and studies with public policy implications related to criminal justice.
"A Criminal Law Blog from a defense perspective. Discussing criminal law and justice issues in Texas and federal courts nationwide."
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 Recent posts also include installments from an unpublished true-crime book he researched and wrote and answers to readers' questions about it.
"The tao of criminal-defense trial lawyering." Posts discuss the criminal justice system and related topics, with a focus on Texas.
"A view (occasionally humorous) of the causes, characters and craziness of the criminal courts and life from a prosecutor's perspective."
"Comments and analysis about the Duke/Nifong case."
Blog discusses Florida criminal defense, particularly armed robbery, DUI and drug charges.
"The intermittent musings of a pedantic public defender." He also links to stories he writes for mainstream publications.
Blog discusses criminal defense, Supreme Court decisions, DUI laws, constitutional law, immigration law and current events. Occasionally has video podcasts.
"A former prosecutor's musings on the criminal justice system."
Criminal justice news and posts relating to New York's penal code.
"Former prosecutor pontificates on current cases in the news."
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.
Examines the issues raised by criminal cases in the media, particularly ones in which police misconduct is involved. Certain posts also outline the criminal justice system for people coming into contact with it.
"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."
This blawg focuses "on the Chicago mob, also known as 'The Outfit.' In addition to featuring current news articles, it will also attempt to provide some additional analysis and background information. This site may also feature news about the mafia in other cities and reviews of mafia-related books and movies."
Analytical and philosophical posts cover criminal justice writ large: misconceptions about the rate of violent crime, how to fix the jury system, “overcriminalization” and the high rate of incarceration in the U.S.
"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.
Covers news, prosecutions, investigations, settlements and issues relating to white-collar crime.