Issues Criminal Justice in the Best of the Web Blog Directory

Issues Criminal Justice

The Charles Smith Blog

Focuses on cases where flawed forensic pathology may have led to miscarriages of justice.

Crime Victims Media Report

Reports on crime and criminal punishment from what the author considers to be the forgotten voice of the victims.

Crimes and Justice

Commentary and news related to criminal justice.

Criminal Justice Degree, College, and Career Blog

Degrees, colleges, and careers in a perspective of a criminal justice degree program graduate.

Exonerate the WM3

Features updates from the campaign to exonerate the West Memphis Three, imprisoned for the murder of three young boys in an alleged satanic ritual.

Federal Prisons Information

Publishes news about prisoners rights, prison law, and prison legal news. prisonresource

Free Marie Mason

Campaign on behalf of imprisoned social justice and environmental activist Marie Mason.

Injustice Everywhere

Gathers data on police misconduct through reports of misconduct made available through the media and generates statistical and trending information based on those reports.

The Justice Gap

Aims to educate the public about criminal justice and their rights. justicegap

Lawless America

Focusing on corruption in the American legal system, and in government. lawlessamerica

Media Coverage of Crime and Criminal Justice

Commentary on bias in the media reporting of criminal justice issues.

Police Brutality (and Atrocity) Blog

Reports on incidents of alleged police brutality across the US.

Real Cost of Prisons

Blogging about criminal sentencing and state prison issues.

Richard Zorza's Access to Justice Blog

Discusses innovations in courts, the bar, legal aid and community that make it easier for people to obtain access to justice institutions, and to just results within those institutions.

Truth Not Tasers

Blogs in memory of and in protest over deaths following the use of tasers by police.

Wrongful Convictions Blog

Mark Godsey, Director of the Center for the Global Study of Wrongful Conviction, writes about miscarriages of justice around the world.

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