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How can I compile a legislative history? How can I locate court opinions? To answer these and other frequently asked questions, we prepared some legal research guides. Use the guides as an aid for starting your legal research. The guides recommend print and electronic resources that will help you find answers to your law-related questions.
Although these guides assist in locating legal resources, they are not a substitute for legal advice. Laws change frequently, so check that the resources you use are up to date. Consult with an attorney if you need legal advice.
Our motion guides are general examples of how to bring an issue to the Court’s attention and be heard on the matter. You should edit them and add information unique to your circumstances. Word processing skills and knowledge specific to your situation are required to adapt these examples. Please note, we cannot guarantee our samples will meet your needs because laws and procedures change frequently. Also, your situation may involve factors requiring different procedures or forms. Consult with an attorney if you need legal advice or for help in adapting the forms to your situation.