November 1, 2004
Developments around the blogsphere
Though the political blogsphere may be the place to be over the next few days, the legal blogsphere continues to grow and develop in interesting ways. I previously spotlighted the new INCourts here, and today at that site here are interesting Indiana Blakely-related documents that the Marion County Public Defender Agency is soon to be filing in state cases.
Meanwhile, attorney Lawrence Taylor has developed a distinctive new site entitled DUIblog: Bad Drunk Driving Laws and the New Prohibition. He explains that this site emanates from his concerns about "the systematic denial of constitutional rights in the politically unpopular area of drunk driving offenses — and the broader impact of these laws and procedures as precedent generally."
Last but not least, please welcome two new members of the Law Professor Blogs Network, White Collar Crime Prof Blog, edited by Professors Peter Henning and Ellen Podgor, and CrimProf Blog, edited by Professors Jack Chin and Mark Godsey. These blogs, like others in uber-blogger Professor Paul Caron's Law Professor Blogs Network, seek to provide regularly-updated permanent resources and links, and daily news and information of interest to professors who write and teach in specific fields.
Relatedly, you may have noticed that one feature of my affiliation with the Law Professor Blogs Network is the recent addition of a "network advertisement" in the right side-bar. Paul Caron has arranged for these ads (which will change weekly) to help support the fledgling network and also to provide an additional information resource for professors.
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DATE AT THE TOP IS GOOD...NOW I DON"T HAVE TO SCROLL DOWN WHENEVER I WANT TO KNOW THE DATE. THANKS...KEEP IT UP!
Posted by: Fred | Nov 2, 2004 10:55:57 AM