AND FUN SITES
a break from that assignment and explore some
of these fascinating and off-beat sites:
Interested in show biz law?
IN THE COURT: A COLLECTION OF 'TRANSQUIPS'
Do you spend your days watching reruns of Night
Court? Well, this site may help. Mary Louise
Gilman of the National Shorthand Reporter has
compiled this collection of hilarious courtroom
The Home Page for C-Span is the ideal site for congressional
junkies looking to legislate vicariously.
The Official X-Files Home Page. Join Agents Scully and Mulder
as they discover the true story behind paranormal occurrences.
But you didn't hear that from us.
Put your investigative and observational skills
to the test and help catch a criminal.
You might call this site "Prison Chat" for short. Everything
you wanted to know about legal matters from behind bars...but
were afraid to ask.
An independent worldwide human rights organization
working for the release of all prisoners of conscience, fair
and prompt trials for political prisoners, and an end to torture
The ABA's official Home Page with general information about the
law. Copy info at your own risk.
A British site detailing aspects of forensic science. There is
also a lot of useful job information, if you are hunting for
a job in Great Britain or if you think you are Sherlock Holmes.
Despite the fact that over 200 cases are already solved, there
are still plenty of cases left for you to investigate and even
more to come!
COPS REALLY LIKE DONUTS?
Officer Glen Norstrem answers this and other questions related
to police work. While visiting this site, don't forget to check
out the "Stupid Criminals" links.
CRIME WRITING NETWORK
So you think you could do better than last week's NYPD Blue?
If so, join the thousands of people who agree and have set out
to become the next Arthur Conan Doyle, Agatha Christie, or Joe
Hey, let's be careful out there.
Finally, learn what happened to that patrol car.
The Baker Street Connection provides a collection of Sherlock
Holmes related material, written by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle between
1887 and 1925