For the third time in a row, my professional blog was included in the American Bar Association’s choice of the top 100 legal blogs (blawgs). This is an amazing honour and I am humbled.
The editors of the ABA Journal announced yesterday that they had selected my blog. To be picked out of all the legal blogs in the United States of America is an honour.
The entire ABA Blawgs directory with information about all the winners is here. If legal issues interest you, take a look. Not all legal blogs are dry or written in legalese. Some will even make you laugh. Seriously!
About Defrosting Cold Cases:
I started blogging in November 2009. Since then, I wrote about about 148 cold cases. Finding a cold case here is easy. My cold case posts include:
- unsolved homicides
- missing persons
- unidentified persons
- (old) wrongful convictions
- forensics as applied to cold cases
You have several ways to find a cold case:
- on the tab “cold case database” in the green menu bar you find all the victim’s by their last name
- use the search box in the upper right hand corner to search by keyword
- the category drop down menu in the left side margin provides search by category
- on the archives page you can find information by author, category, month, year, or scan the 50 most recent posts
- if you still cannot find a case it may not have been discussed (yet) on my blog, so, contact me.
The entire database is here. A lot of authors use it for plot and/or character inspiration. If you are finishing up your NaNoWriMo novel and need an extra detail, head on over there!
Congratulations to all winners!