Op-eds and first-person posts on criminal law topics and coverage of appellate criminal decisions. The blog ceased publishing on March 20, 2017.
Author: Lee Pacchia is the founder of Mimesis Law, which covers the business, practice and culture of Law, as well as Mimesis Labs, which partners with companies and organizations to design, create and leverage video content. Among the contributors to Fault Lines: Scott Greenfield, a New York City criminal defense lawyer and author of Simple Justice; Matt Brown, who practices at Brown & Little in Tempe, Arizona and also authors Tempe Criminal Defense; Jeff Gamso, an assistant public defender for Cuyahoga County in Cleveland who authors Gamso - For the Defense; Andrew Fleishman, an appellate public defender in Atlanta; Jessica Gabel Cino, an associate professor of law at Georgia State University College of Law in Atlanta; Gregory J. Prickett, an attorney in Fort Worth, Texas; Christopher Seaton, a lawyer in in Knoxville, Tennessee; Judge Richard Kopf, a federal judge in the U.S. District Court for the District of Nebraska who authored Hercules and the Umpire; Ken Womble of Moore Zeman Womble in Brooklyn, New York; Murray Newman, a solo pracitioner in Houston who authors Life at the Harris County Criminal Justice Center; Josh Kendrick from Kendrick and Leonard in Columbia, South Carolina; Noel Erinjeri, a solo practitioner in Livonia, Michigan; and Ana Sophia Walsh, a United Kingdom-based lawyer licensed to practice in New York.
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