Criminal Law and U.S. Justice System General Interest Web Links
ACLU: Criminal Justice – information about former abuses and reform in the criminal justice system, racial profiling, and archived ACLU congressional recommendations and criminal justice resources.
Bureau of Justice Assistance Evaluation Web Site – BJA provides planners, researchers, and local practitioners with resources for evaluating criminal justice programs.
Cell House, The – provides an account of the daily duties of a correctional officer, information about police dog training, law enforcement links, and more.
Centre for Criminological Research – Department of Sociology
Centre of Criminology – University of Toronto
Center for Rational Correctional Policy – a former convict and practicing legal prosecutor offers prisoner resources, criminal law documents, and state and federal judiciary links.
Computer Crime and Intellectual Property Section (CCIPS) – Computer Crime Initiative addressing growing global computer crime problem.
Crime Victim Assistance
Criminal Attorneys – Listed by state
Criminal Division – D.O.J.
Criminal Law Links – From LawJournal, a great tool
Criminal Law – Links to Federal and California Penal Code
Criminal Sanctions Effectiveness Measurement – information and articles about sentencing reform provided by a trial judge.
Jeff Flax’s site of Criminal Law Links – Includes FBI, Criminal Defenders Tool Box, Drug links and Criminal Justice Links.
Death Penalty – Page originates from Kentucky
Dept. of Criminology – Australia University of Melbourne
Department of Criminology – University of Ottawa
Farris Law – Criminal Law and International Law Links
FBI Home Page
Federal Bureau of Prisons – includes weekly population report, inmate information, etc.
William Kent’s Federal Criminal Update Daily – Updates of Federal Criminal Appellate Decisions.
Federal Justice Statistics Resource Center – Database: suspects and defendants processed in the Federal criminal justice system
For The Defense – Attorney Douglas E. Kingsbery’s Criminal Practice Site
Frontline: The Case For Innocence – Presents four cases where DNA evidence has been ignored, discounted, or kept secret.
Handbook of Forensic Services – from the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI).
Hill Watch November 1998 – Criminal Justice Juvenile Justice Center Links
Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS)
Institute of Criminology – The University of Sydney
Institute of Criminology – University of Cambridge
Justice: Denied – monthly magazine profiling the wrongly convicted and seeks assistance to free them / features current information about the justice system and prominent national cases.
Justice Information Center
Kentucky Criminal Links
Litigator’s Internet Resource Guide: Rules of Court
National Archive of Criminal Justice – information clearinghouse for all bureaus of the U.S. Department of Justice
The National Fraud Information Center – Includes links on internet fraud, telemarketing fraud and fraud on the elderly.
National Institute of Corrections – provides assistance to Federal, State, and local corrections agencies working with adult offenders.
National Institute of Justice – research and development agency of the United States Department of Justice.
Office of the Solicitor General – U.S. Supreme Court briefs filed by the Solicitor General, etc.
Office for Victims of Crime – provides funding to state victim assistance and compensation programs.
Oklahoma Court of Criminal Appeals
Penal Law Web – Criminal Law site
Rule of Law – Crime and Justice Worldwide.
Tennessee Criminal Law
TnCrimLaw – Tennessee Criminal Law Defense
Victims and Family Assistance – coping, financial support, housing assistance, etc. from the Office for Victims of Crime.
Violence Against Women Office