For the third year in a row, D.A. Confidential has been nominated by the American Bar Association's Journal as one of the best legal blogs in the country.
(One of a hundred, which actually sounds less impressive so I won't mention that bit.)
But look, I get a badge/label thingy:
Anyway, check what fellow blogger Jamison Koehler said about me (unbribed, for the record): “Mark Pryor of D.A. Confidential is like the Jerry Seinfeld or Jay Leno
of the criminal law blogosphere: He can be funny, original, interesting
and entertaining without using obscenity or going for the jugular."
Man, I wish I could use obscenity. Anyway, if you are inclined, and I do hate touting for votes, click here and vote for me -- you'll have to create an account, but it's quick and easy and I hear that it stops people cheating.
Which, obviously, is a shame. Those legal people think of everything.