Criminal Law Bloggers

Why I Post Late At Night And On Sundays

February 4, 2014 Criminal Law Bloggers

Ever since Google discontinued its reader, I have relied on “Feedly” for my daily dose of blog reading.  You enter the URLs for all of the blogs you want to follow into the system, and Feedly organizes the “feeds” for you.  Three entries are highlighted at the top of the page under “top stories.”  The […]

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Kennedy Wins Criminal Law Invitational

December 26, 2013 Criminal Law Bloggers

Congratulations to Paul Kennedy for winning the Fourth Annual Criminal Law Fantasy Football Invitational.  Riding a series of late season wins, the “Paulie-Wogs” upset front-runner David Benowitz in the first round of the playoffs.  Kennedy then went on to beat first-year player Bobby Koehler in the final round to grab the championship.  Kennedy joins previous […]

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ABA Blawg 100 for 2013

November 26, 2013 Criminal Law Bloggers

I was honored to be included again on the ABA Journal’s list of the top 100 law blogs, this time for 2013. The Journal is now taking popular votes to determine the top law blog in each of 13 different categories. My blog is listed in the Criminal Justice section, and I would greatly appreciate […]

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PDS Launches Criminal Law Blog

September 25, 2013 Criminal Law Bloggers

The Public Defender Service (PDS) has just begun a blog — the PDS Criminal Law Blog — that reviews recent D.C. Court of Appeals opinions.  With Samia Fam, Nancy Glass, Jackie Frankfurt, and a handful of other public defenders sharing responsibility for the writing, the blog will certainly have some heavy hitters behind it.  The […]

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Liberty & Justice For Y’all Calls It Quits (For Now)

January 28, 2013 Criminal Law Bloggers

Brandon Barnett of Liberty & Justice for Y’all announced yesterday that he is shutting down his blog: As our law firm grows and the demands on our time increase, the blog continues to get moved to the back burner.  I hate feeling like I have another competing priority out there.  If you are a regular follower, you could […]

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The ABA Journal’s Most-Voted-For Criminal Justice Blog for 2012

January 3, 2013 Criminal Law Bloggers

This blog again received the most popular votes in the criminal justice category of the ABA Blawg 100. Thank you very much to everyone who nominated and/or voted for it. Here are the blogs that received the most votes in each category: Business of Law: Divorce Discourse Careers/Law Schools: Inside the Law School Scam Corporate: […]

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Liberty and Justice for Y’all Wins Fantasy Football League

December 24, 2012 Criminal Law Bloggers

Congratulations to Brandon Barnett of Liberty & Justice for Y’all for taking first place in the 2012 criminal law blogger fantasy football league. Barnett barely squeaked into the playoffs with a 7-7 record. He then beat Tempe Criminal Defense in the first round of the playoffs before defeating A Public Defender in the championship game. Tempe Criminal Defense, the team that […]

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How To Increase Blog Traffic

December 4, 2012 Criminal Law Bloggers

H/T Kendall Gray  

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ABA Journal Blawg 100 for 2012

November 28, 2012 Criminal Law Bloggers

I was honored to be included again on the ABA Journal’s list of the top 100 law blogs, this time for 2012. The Journal is now taking popular votes to determine the top law blog in each of 14 different categories. My blog is listed in the Criminal Justice section, and I would greatly appreciate […]

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Now on Sale: Nathan Burney’s “Illustrated Guide to Criminal Law”

September 19, 2012 Criminal Law Bloggers

As a faithful reader of Nathan Burney’s law blog, I have long known Burney to be someone who knows a little bit about criminal law. It is not just that, as a Georgetown law student, he once worked under Kristin Henning’s supervision in defending juveniles accused of committing criminal offenses in D.C.  It is also that, as […]

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