Mark Young’s Hook ’em and Book ’em blog is one of my personal favorites. It’s a blog that’s always interesting and topical.
Hook ’em and Book ’em. http://hookembookem.blogspot.com/
I took a Romance Writers of America (RWA) course on the History of Forensics given by Doug Lyle and it was fantastic…just as his The Writer’s Forensic Blog is.
The Writer’s Forensic Blog. http://writersforensicsblog.wordpress.com/
On Lee Lofland’s blog The Graveyard Shift, a writer can learn to cook with cops and also find out about a myriad of things law enforcement officers face every day.
The Graveyard Shift. http://www.leelofland.com/wordpress/home/
On the Law and Fiction blog, Leslie Budewitz, author of Books, Crooks and Counselors, will tell you whats going on with the Supreme Court, at the state court level…or you might just get a Saturday writing quote.
Law and Fiction. http://www.lawandfiction.com/blog/
A blog I find myself going back to repeatedly is PoliceOne.com. You can find so much info here from breaking police news to article on the police wife and a policeman’s life. http://www.policeone.com/police-blogs/
If you need to know what’s going on with the Supreme Court of the United States, you can’t beat the SCOTUS blog sponsored by Bloomberg Law. http://www.scotusblog.com/