Free legal research for your case and help defend your arguments
What is case law? It's cases that have been decided in prior rulings that you can use to help defend your case, search the actual issue you are experiencing in order to pull similar case rulings. Make sure to reference the entire case string in your filed documents and be ready to verbally defend your choice, how it applies to your case and how the case law should affect supporting your case. In an extreme high conflict case, only share what the opposing side is willing to. Stay open to any negotiations to lessen prolonged litigation.
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Cornell Law Legal Information Institute has offered free and open access to the law since 1992, WEX is their on line searchable legal resource
Justica State and Federal law listings are on this link, further legal information is also available at Justica
George Mason University Antonin Scalia Law School A comprehensive and FREE listing of legal research sites
Google Scholar has a database of Federal and State case law and legal journals. Check out this how to tutorial by Internet for Lawyers
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