Another Monday, another weekend full of interesting reads.
- Think that person you e-mail is real? Think again.
- CTLP writes about David Pollitt and highlights the use of fear.
- The National Institute of Justice’s latest journal includes this article entitled “Police Lineups: Making Eyewitness Identification More Reliable”. [H/T: CDW]
- Bennett informs us that there still are lawyers who use the barter system.
- Grits is conducting an informal poll on what, if any, sanction Texas CCA judge Keller should receive [backgrounder here].
- Sui Generis is holding a “Best of NY Blawgs” contest.
- Infinity Ranch is grappling with whether felony murder is applicable when the decedent is one of the participants.
- Blonde Justice is frustrated over dealing with a new client in private practice.
- Ruth loves Law and Order. Do you?
- Where the hell is 123txpublicdefender123?
- Sanchovilla puts his MySpace investigatorial skills to use.
- Stephen Gustitis talks about reciprocity with juries.
As usual, if I missed anything, leave a link in the comments.