legal links-legal subject links
- Bureau of Justice
Statistics Homepage The Bureau of Justice Statistics, part of the U.S.
Department of Justice, is the United States' primary source for criminal
justice statistics. This website contains statistics in such areas as crime,
law enforcement, offenders, corrections, etc.
- Capital Defense
Weekly Maintained by a Boston attorney, this website contains news,
case updates, briefs, manuals, and other tools dealing with death penalty
Maintained by the Computer Crime and Intellectual Property Section of the
Criminal Division of the U.S. Department of Justice, this site contains
information regarding computer and intellectual property crimes, such as
links to statutes, cases, how to report computer crime, etc.
- Death Penalty
Issues Maintained by the ABA, this site contains links to reports and
resources concerning the death penalty.
- Federal Bureau of Prisons Contains general
information about the Bureau of Prisons, inmate information, contact information,
- National Criminal Justice Reference Service This site contains publications relating to corrections, courts,
crime prevention, criminal justice statistics, drugs and crime, international
issues, juvenile justice, law enforcement, research and evaluation, and
- Manual for Courts-Martial
United States (2002 ed.) This manual contains the Rules for Courts-martial,
the Punitive Articles with explanations, the Military Rules of Evidence,
and other materials relating to courts-martial; it is in Adobe Acrobat PDF
format and is 891 pages long so expect a short wait to download.
- National Archive
of Criminal Justice Data Maintained by the University of Michigan, this
website provides downloadable access to criminal justice data collections
free of charge.
- Office for Victims of Crime
Part of the U.S. Department of Justice, this website contains information
concerning help for crime victims, fact sheets, statutes, etc.
- Sourcebook of Criminal Justice
Statistics This website brings together data about all aspects
of criminal justice in the United States, broken down by characteristics
of the criminal justice systems, public attitudes toward crime and criminal
justice-related topics, nature and distribution of known offenses, characteristics
and distribution of persons arrested, judicial processing of defendants,
and persons under correctional supervision.
- United States Parole Commission
Contains general information concerning the Commission, victim/witness information,
- United States Sentencing Commission
Contains Sentencing Guideline manuals, training worksheets and other materials,
regulations, information on court decisions, etc.
Criminal Justice Library Network - Criminal Justice Links Annotated
This page contains links to criminal justice websites around the world.
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