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  1. These posts in the Criminal Law section have been broken down from their long, vertical-scrolling format as they originally appeared on Tumblr. This should make them somewhat easier to navigate, especially in the longer chapters towards the end.

    The art’s pretty sloppy and inconsistent at first. But once I realized people were actually reading it, I did try to be… well, more consistent, anyway.

  2. Grace says

    I wish there was some way to download the comics so I can print them out as a whole. would be so much easier to study. GREAT JOB btw

        • Book 1 is all the Criminal Law stuff, cleaned up and edited and proofed by my publisher and their team of law student interns, and some of the art is improved.

          Book 2 (soon, I promise!) will be all the Crim Pro stuff, then Book 3 will be Con Law and all those hot-button issues. After that I might come back to Advanced Crim Pro, or maybe tackle Torts or something. My publisher wants to ultimately have a series covering all the major topics, so there’s a lot of options.

          One thing at a time, though.

  3. Chuck Krieble says

    Great material! I am using is to create a different/better connection with my high school Criminal Justice students. Keep the material coming!

    • Awesome, thanks! That is exactly the audience I had in mind when I started this.

      Feel free to encourage them to ask questions in the comments here, if they want. Most of the people here are courteous and thoughtful, and some of the best stuff happens in the comments. (And I’m pretty sure my publisher does a discount rate for schools with the books, if that’s something you might want to use.)

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