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Resources

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Justice Links

National Criminal Justice Reference Service (NCJRS).

National Institute of Justice (NIJ).

Bureau of Justice Assistance Virtual Information Center (BJA).

Office of Justice Programs (OJP).

Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention (OJJDP).

Bureau of Justice Statistics (BJS).

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National Centers/Institutes/Council Links

National Council of State Legislatures (NCSL).

Council of State Governments (CSG).

National Center for Juvenile Justice (NCJJ).

National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges (NCJFCJ).

National Institute of Corrections Information Center (NIC).

National Council on Crime and Delinquency (NCCD).

American Judicature Society (AJS).

American Prosecutors Research Institute (APRI).

National Conference of Commissioners on Uniform State Laws (NCCUSL).

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Association Links

Court Association Links This NCSC web page includes links to 11 different court-related associations including: CCJ, COSCA, NACM, AJA, NCACC, NCPJ, NASJE, NAWJ, JFI, NCREFC, and NCCPIO.

American Bar Association (ABA).

National Criminal Justice Association (NCJA).

National Association for Attorney Generals (NAAG).

Association of Trial Lawyers of America (ATLA).

National Association of Pretrial Services Agencies (NAPSA).

American Correctional Association (ACA).

National Sheriff’s Association (NSA).

International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP).

American Probation and Parole Association (APPA).

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Court Information/Links

NCSC CourTopic Database. This content-rich database provides information and resources on over 120 different topics. Information includes an overview of the topic, frequently asked questions, resource guides, and links to other NCSC publications.

Court Web Sites. Links to hundreds of court websites by state from the NCSC website. Includes links to state court, federal court, and international court website. The list is not all-inclusive.

State Court Organization 1998. A Bureau of Justice Statistics publication that is provides court structure charts for all 50 states, and 46 state-by-state tables on a variety of topics relating to court organization and administration.

Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts (U.S. AOC). Links to federal court websites, the US Constitution, and the U.S. Supreme Court.

Federal Judicial Center (FJC) The education and research agency for the Federal Courts.

LLRX Court Rules, forms, and dockets for all 50 states.

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Statistical Information Links

NCSC Court Statistics Project. State court caseload statistics are collected from state courts around the country and compiled in yearly reports.

Bureau of Justice Statistics (BJS).

Sourcebook of Criminal Justice Statistics.

FedStats Key statistics by topic from hundreds of federal agencies.

U.S. Census Bureau. Demographic statistics.

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Government-Related Links

Government Printing Office (GPO). Search the federal register, senate and congressional bills, house rules, public and private laws, etc.

First Gov. The official U.S. gateway for citizens, businesses, and governments.

Google Uncle Sam. Search government web pages.

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Legal/Law-Related Links

Legal Information Institute. Cornell University. Search laws by topic.

Lexnotes legal resources on many topics.

ABA Legal Technology Resource Center. Provides numerous links including Martindale-Hubbell and Find a Lawyer.

FindLaw and FindLaw for legal professionals. Search law by subject.

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Library/Database Links

NCSC Library on-line catalog (iBistro). This specialized library collection focuses primarily on court administration and is the largest collection of materials on this topic in the world. Many publications are available online for easy access.

Library of Congress. Provides links to collections and services, the THOMAS Legislative information, the Copyright office, etc.

American Association of Law Libraries. See especially their legal research links.

LibrarySpot. Provides links to the nation’s libraries.

Law Librarian’s Society of D.C. Legislative Sourcebook. Provides links to state legislatures, laws, and regulations.

The Virtual Law Library Reference Desk from the Washburn University School of Law Library.

Yourdictionary.com. Links to subject-specific dictionaries on the web.

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Pro Se Links

Pro Se Litigation. NCSC CourTopic Database. This content rich database provides an overview, FAQs, resource guides, state links documents and various other documents on the topic of pro se litigation.

Selfhelpsupport.org. This SJI funded project is an online clearinghouse of information on pro se litigation for pro se practitioners in the courts or legal service community. It also provides a list of resources for pro se litigants.

American Judicature Society Pro Se Forum. These Web pages provide many helpful resources on pro se litigation. AJS also hosts a pro se listserv.

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Search Engine Links

Google.com. Performs advanced searches.

Northern Light. A search engine that sorts information into different folders. Will have articles not found on other sights.

Ixquick.com. A metasearch engine.

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Newspapers/Other Useful Links

Moreover.com. News articles from various newspapers can be searched by organization or topic.

Newslibrary.com. Provides user with the ability to search newspaper databases in all 50 states.

Newspapers and Periodicals on the web from Western Kentucky University, Department of Library Public Services.

CEO Express.

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