September 2011 Criminal Law Top Blawgs

  1. Discusses the Nevada Supreme Court and criminal law in Nevada. By JoNell Thomas.
  2. Covers the U.S. v. W.R. Grace criminal prosecution. By the University of Montana School of Law and the School of Journalism.
  3. Covers fraud and forensic accounting, including tax fraud and the Sarbanes-Oxley Act. By Tracy Coenen.
  4. Features a skeptical lawyer's take on financial reform, Wall Street and white collar crime.
  5. Covers white collar crime, securities fraud, the accounting profession, internal controls and Sarbanes-Oxley. By Sam E. Antar.
  6. Features comments and analysis about the Duke/Nifong case. By Professor KC Johnson.
  7. Covers best practices in the criminal justice system. By Steve Hall.
  8. Covers criminal law, information technology and news for law librarians. By David Badertscher.
  9. Covers human rights, humanitarian law and international criminal law. By Nicki Boldt, Bjoern Elberling and Tobias Thienel.
  10. Covers prisoners' rights and criminal justice in the United Kingdom. By former prisoner John Hirst Hull.
  11. Covers criminal defense law. By Mark Bennett.
  12. Covers issues affecting the poor and indigent.
  13. Covers research, studies, and court cases related to sex offender issues.
  14. Covers constitutional law, criminal law, DUI, drugs, First Amendment and immigration. By Jon Katz, P.C.
  15. Focuses on bad prosecutors and bad prosecutorial acts. By the Bennett Law Firm.
  16. Covers violations of international humanitarian law, and international attempts to end individual impunity for heinous crimes. Includes review of international tribunals such as ICC, ICTY, and ICTR.
  17. Covers developments in juvenile justice. By Mark Sorkin.
  18. Features analysis of recent legislation and case law impacting the successful pursuit of False Claims Act qui tam actions involving Medicare and Medicaid fraud. By Daniel W. Whitney.
  19. Edited by Ellen S. Podgor, Solomon L. Wisenberg and Lawrence S. Goldman.
  20. Features observations on technology, law and lawlessness. By University of Dayton Susan Brenner.