Defendants With Websites:
The fact that Scooter Libby has started up a website,, reminds me to post on a vaguely related question: How many criminal defendants in Supreme Court cases have their own websites about the case? I know that Danny Lee Kyllo of Kyllo v. United States has, and Larry Hiibel of Hiibel v. Sixth Judicial District Court has an official site at Are there others?
mls (mail):
How about Edward Lawson, of Kolender v. Lawson fame?
2.21.2006 4:24pm
I can't find the link, but I'm pretty sure Davey of Locke v. Davey fame started a web blog. I believe he is (or was) a law student at Harvard.
2.21.2006 4:26pm
Oh, sorry -- I didn't catch the part about criminal defendants only.
2.21.2006 4:27pm
That Guy (mail):
National Archives v. Favish: Favish, who is also an attorney and argued the case before the Court, has his own web page.
2.21.2006 4:30pm
Humble Law Student:
Hey, I wonder if I can clerk for Scooter Libby's defense team this summer. Now that would be fun!!!
2.21.2006 4:44pm
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bennie (mail):
Lynne Stewart still has one up. Her sentencing is just a few weeks away.
2.21.2006 6:13pm
Attila (Pillage Idiot) (mail) (www):
Tookie had at least three, though two seem to have been executed. (Technically, he filed a cert. petition, so I think he qualified.)
2.21.2006 6:13pm
bennie (mail):
Whoops. Supreme Court only? Never mind that whole Lynne Stewart thing.
2.21.2006 6:15pm
Jay Tea (mail) (www):
Thanks to Laurence Simon, I know about Ken Lay's blog.

Jay Tea
2.21.2006 6:21pm
Mark Lyon (mail):
2.21.2006 6:54pm
Pete Freans (mail):
Mumia Abu-Jamal, the "political prisoner" who is sitting on PA death row since 1982 for murdering Philadelphia Police Officer Daniel Faulkner. You can Google his name and it will provide the relevant links.
2.21.2006 7:12pm
Pete Freans (mail):
Let me clarify that Mr. Jamal's case is currently before the 3rd Circuit, not the U.S. Supreme Court. I apologize....
2.21.2006 7:21pm
M. Lederman (mail):
Don't forget this timely entry . . .
2.21.2006 7:29pm
Eric Muller (www):
Or this one...
2.21.2006 7:56pm
Rich K (mail) (www):
An oldie but a goodie: Oscar Bluth
2.22.2006 9:15am
Laurence Simon (mail) (www):
Jay- You know that I was really tempted to parody it with the site in blog-format, but I just don't have the time these days. And nobody volunteered for it on their own, which I think is the real way to tell if someone's willing to head up a silly project idea like that.
2.22.2006 10:33am