Vote for Simple Justice

C’mon people, this is a travesty.

Scott Greenfield’s outstanding Simple Justice blog is 38 votes out of the lead in the ABA Journal’s balloting for top criminal law blog. Go read Simple Justice. It is hands-down the best criminal blog in the practical blawgosphere.

I know that Scott has been encouraging his many readers to vote for another criminal practice blog. Pay no attention. I’m personally very fond of that other blog, but Scott manages to decimate everybody else not only in terms quantity (he gets up before the sun and writes several blog posts every day before work) but also in terms of quality.

Go. Vote for Simple Justice. If you’ve voted already for someone else, change your vote. Vote from your desktop, your laptop, your handheld. Use an IP forwarder, and vote several more times. Then borrow a friend’s computer and vote again.

About Mark Bennett

Mark Bennett got his letter of marque from the Supreme Court of Texas in May 1995. He is famous for having no sense of humor when it comes to totalitarianism.
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7 Responses to Vote for Simple Justice

  1. Voting Person says:

    I am not from America, but I told everyone in my village to vote for Defending People, because it is good to defending people but not so good to simple justice.

  2. Ron in Houston says:

    I’m going to vote right now. You’re right, Scott has a great blog.

    BTW, your blog isn’t too bad. Sometime you tie me in philosophical knots.

  3. Michael says:

    Hate to disagree with you, Mark, but I haven’t read Scott’s blog since he called me offensive, pedantic, and arrogant in connection with his re-imagining of the tort of intentional infliction of emotional distress back in two. Plenty of fine blogs to read in Texas, including Jamie’s, te other Scott’s, Murray’s, — and yours.

  4. Mark Bennett says:

    Sometimes Scott tends to be a little prickly.

    Unfortunately Jamie and Murray didn’t make the list this year. Maybe next year.

    I’m blanking: who’s the other Scott?

  5. Michael says:

    Scott “Grits for Breakfast” Henson.

    Rats ,,, I was hoping you’d delete my first post, instead of the second (where I corrected all the typos).

  6. Joel Rosenberg says:

    “Sometimes Scott tends to be a little prickly.” Well put.

  7. Mark Bennett says:

    Michael,

    Grits. D’oh. I don’t think of him as Scott.

    Joel,

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