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Both LXBN.com and Blawgsearch.justia.com are two directories of law related blogs, which also categorize legal blogs by state or jurisdiction.
- To access Criminal Law-related legal blogs on LXBN.com, select Criminal Law in the list of Practice Areas in the far left column.
- To access Criminal Law-related legal blogs on Blawgsearch.justia.com, select Criminal Law in the table of blog catagories, or try running a search for New York Criminal Procedure for a list of recent posts that contain those terms.
The links below highlight some of the New York Criminal Litigation blogs found in both directories. These blogs all have different focuses - some are a source of information for potential defendants in criminal prosecution, while others are intended to update other practitioners on interesting developments in this area.
Legal newspapers and newsletters are important tools for practitioners to keep abreast of the latest developments in the law. Andrew's Litigation Reporters are topical newsletters that cover news from all 50 states. New York-specific legal newspapers include the New York Law Journal and the City Record.
- Andrew's Litigation Reporters are newsletters devoted to specific types of litigation including White Collar Crime. Andrew's Litigation Reporters can be found on Westlaw. The database identifier is ANDREWS.
The City Record
The City Record is the official journal of the City of New York. The record is published daily and contains notices about public hearings and meetings, court notices, property disposition, procurement (solicitation and awards), and agency rules.
New York Law Journal
The New York Law Journal publishes the calendars and opinions of state trial and appellate courts. The journal also features news articles of interest to litigators. For online access, contact a reference librarian for the user name and password.