"Hawaii and the Law through my eyes." Blog is written from the perspective of a criminal defense attorney. Topics include famous criminal cases such as the Casey Anthony murder trial and Dominique Strauss-Kahn's rape trial.
Blog discusses criminal defense, Supreme Court decisions, DUI laws, constitutional law, immigration law and current events. Occasionally has video podcasts.
Blog discusses criminal, juvenile and mental health issues, primarily in Illinois. Many posts focus on new trends in criminal and juvenile law issues including decisions from the Illinois Appellate and Supreme Courts as well as the U.S. Supreme Court.
Posts are primarily about criminal cases in Minnesota, but also address high-profile criminal cases around the country. Occasionally has tips for criminal defendants.
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)."
"I go to court almost every day to argue about one thing or another. This page is simply a continuation of that vocation. I have no creed, no program, no agenda. I just want to raise some hell and have a little fun." Most posts focus on the author's takes on criminal law issues in Connecticut and beyond.
"Legal musings, rants, and haiku."
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.
Dedicated to following the very latest news regarding presidential pardons and the pardon power (or clemency powers) as exercised in each state.
"Examining the American criminal justice system with reference to the Christian gospel and Rene Girard's theory of culture."
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."
"Provides irreverent, provocative, and advocacy-oriented coverage of sentencing law, reform, and the growing movement away from tough on crime sentencing policies."
Several posts per day, keep “sentencing fans” updated on the latest news stories, commentary, cert grants, rulings, argument transcripts, research and scholarship on criminal penalties.
"Covers topics, issues, pending and historical court cases, and consequences facing, adult and juvenile sex offenders, in prison and life after in society. Covers current issues, sex offender registries, recidivism, dangerousness, risk assessment tools, therapy, civil commitment, subtle vigilantism, harassment and discrimination. Also other community concerns related to sex offender issues, and the United Nations human rights issues."
"News from a nation in lockdown."
Blog discusses news and criminal cases in California, including ones handled by the firm.
The Project identifies and advocates best practices in the indigent criminal justice system. The blog pays particular attention to issues involving capital punishment and the administration of the death penalty.
"This blog focuses on DUI defense issues as well as news relating to DUI laws in Washington State."
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.
"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."
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.
This blawg covers news related to legislation regarding criminal sentencing, disenfranchisement and other inmate-rights issues.