Federal Criminal Defense Investigationhttp://federalcriminaldefenseinvestigator.blogspot.com/
A different take on police investigations as this blog focuses on investigations on the federal level. Dealing with real cases, this is a very informative blog.
Forensic Psychology Bloghttp://www.all-about-forensic-psychology.com/forensic-psychology-blog.html
Learn all about forensic psychology from this site. If you've ever wanted to know how to profile someone, this is your site.
The Crime Analyst's Bloghttp://www.crimeanalystblog.net/
Blogging from "a sleepy little burg" in central Texas, Scott Dickson analyzes crime in the news and discusses unusual strategies for solving crimes. He explores a law enforcement trend involving predictive policing, based on the idea that crime is rarely random and can be mapped according to incidence data.
Defrosting Cold Caseshttp://www.defrostingcoldcases.com/
Frustrated by the number of unsolved homicides that exist, this attorney and blogger known as Vidocq, has taken on the task of writing about it all: unidentified bodies, wrongful convictions, missing persons and murders by the dozens. We are all invited to study the cases to help him uncover and solve the mysteries.
Federal Tax Crimeshttp://federaltaxcrimes.blogspot.com/
Many people who fail to file their taxes properly and on time anxiously pray for a simple slap on the wrist for a punitive measure. The government is not always so genteel when it comes to doling out punishments that center around taxes. This blog chronicles some of the juiciest of those stories with gutsy rule breakers who fought the law, only to painfully learn how legislation would win. Students and tax professionals will find this blog to be taxation catnip.
A Public Defenderhttp://apublicdefender.com/
Lovers of television crime procedurals are often fascinated with the stories of public defenders, being commissioned by the court to assist defendants sweet and seedy alike. This blog provides those fans with account after honest account of the reality of the job and the demands it exacts on those who practice it. The site teems with honest insights on how lawyers really think of judges and jurors, with humor used liberally to guard the site's tough tone from growing too dry.
This United Kingdom based blog highlights surveillance trends by the State, corporations, and criminals in pursuit of individual’s personal information and private details. The blog calls for implementation of stronger protections and safeguards without eroding individual freedom and liberty.
Friends of Justicehttp://friendsofjustice.wordpress.com/2011/04/
This blog is sponsored by the Friends of Justice a nonprofit organization dedicated to upholding due process and “ending mass incarceration’ within the criminal justice system. The blog presents narrative-based campaigns highlighting unfolding cases where due process has blatantly failed.