November 2009 Criminal Law Top Blawgs

  1. Covers law topics such as Criminal Defense, Personal Injury, DUI Defense, Bankruptcy, and Products Liability. By B. Joseph Davis.
  2. Covers criminal law, landlord tenant law and personal injury law. By Kira Fonteneau.
  3. Covers criminal law, information technology and news for law librarians. By David Badertscher.
  4. Covers research, studies, and court cases related to sex offender issues.
  5. Covers sex offender laws and cases.
  6. Focuses on bad prosecutors and bad prosecutorial acts. By the Bennett Law Firm.
  7. Covers criminal and personal injury topics such as auto accidents, criminal law, medical malpractice, practicing law, and products liability. By Miller & Zois.
  8. Covers criminal defense, civil litigation and whistleblowers.
  9. Covers Arizona DUI laws, DUI penalties, field sobriety tests and vehicular assault. By Koplow & Patane.
  10. Covers Alabama criminal law and procedure, including DUI,, theft crimes, and violent crimes. By Steven D. Ebersole.
  11. Covers Texas DWI laws, blood tests, breath tests and field sobriety tests. By Jamie Spencer.
  12. Covers court decisions, news and developments affecting federal criminal practice in New York. By JaneAnne Murray.
  13. Covers drug crimes, legislation, sex crimes, sex offenses, and violent crimes. By Shouse Law Group.
  14. Discusses appeals, drug crimes, sex crimes, violent crimes, and white collar crimes. By Mark Eiglarsh.
  15. Covers legal topics such as appeals, drug crimes, internet crimes, white collar crime, and federal criminal trials. By Kish & Lietz.
  16. Covers personal injury law. By the Law Offices of Stephen Bilkis & Associates.
  17. Covers identity theft.
  18. Features DUI news and commentary. By Kapsack & Bair LLP.
  19. Covers federal criminal law topics such as identity theft, capital punishment, drug enforcement, environmental crimes, immigration, and military law. By Tom Withers.
  20. Covers New York criminal law topics such as criminal procedure, DWI and traffic offenses, drugs and narcotics, fraud related offenses, and violent crimes. By Jeremy Saland.