What Is The Best Source For Non Lawyers To Get The Newest Case Decisions In U.S. Court Of Appeals?

what is the best source for non lawyers to get the newest case decisions in u.s. court of appeals? Asked by: Bob K | Rating: 5/5, May 7th, 2014

What are some websites that provide free access to cases in federal district courts – not just through Lexis Nexus but also on-line at public libraries and other institutions? What are some websites that provide free access to cases in federal district courts – not just through Lexis Nexus but also on-line at public libraries and other institutions? Asked by: Daniel A | Rating: 1/5, March 10th, 2014

For a judgment from a lower court decision (a trial or appellate judge’s decision), what is an easy way for someone with basic legal training or without it to find out how the case was tried and won/lost by going directly to it online instead of going through all three databases listed above which require you signing up with each one separately before you can see them all together ? For a judgement from a lower court decision (a trial or appellate judge’s decision), what is an easy way for someone with basic legal training or without it being able to find out how the case was tried and won/lost by going directly to it online instead of going through all three databases listed above which require you signing up with each one separately before you can see them all together ? Asked by: Suzanna B | Rating:-1 / 5 , February 14th, 2013 Tweet

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