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Meet the New Fault Lines! (Update: Comments Here Are Closed)

March 9, 2017 (Fault Lines) — We are thrilled to announce that Fault Lines has moved to its new home as a standalone online legal commentary magazine. It can be found at FaultLines.us. The new Fault Lines has been set up as an educational non-profit, FL Foundation Inc.

We hope that if you enjoy and appreciate the Fault Lines concept, the aggregation of all perspectives on criminal law by the people who know and do criminal law, rather than just one point of view, you will help us keep Fault Lines thriving by contributing at the new website. Thanks all, and we look forward to continuing bringing you the best in criminal law commentary on the web.

Update: Comments here are closed. All the posts here are available at the new site, so feel free to comment there.

Thank you all,

Scott Greenfield
Managing Editor of Fault Lines

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  • Brad
    9 March 2017 at 3:35 pm - Reply

    Look forward to continuing to follow at your new cyber-location.

  • 0dder
    10 March 2017 at 7:39 pm - Reply

    Suggestion: in the announcement blurb in the preview on the main page, maybe you could put the link in the first sentence or so and that way readers wouldn’t have to click through to this page to click over to the new site.

    • shg
      11 March 2017 at 4:23 pm - Reply

      The portion of the post where the link appears does appear in the blurb on the main page. Unfortunately, the way it works is that the link itself doesn’t appear. Unfortunately, there is nothing I can do about that.