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Criminal Law: Federal Resources

Have a Criminal Law question? This guide has answers.

Primary Sources

The United States Code can be found on govinfo.gov and on http://uscode.house.gov. A print copy can be found on the first floor of the law library.

United States Code Annotated (U.S.C.A.) can be accessed via Westlaw (requires login) or in print on the first floor of the law library. 

United States Code Service (U.S.C.S.) can be accessed via Lexis (requires login) or in print on the second floor of the law library.

The Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure can be found www.uscourts.gov and at Legal Information Institute with committee notes

Rules of Criminal Procedure for District Courts (Westlaw login required) provides the same annotations found in the United States Code Annotated (U.S.C.A.). 

Federal Rules Annotated (Lexis login required) Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure provides the same annotations found in the United States Code Service (U.S.C.S.).

 

 

Legal Forms

Legal Forms for federal and state courts can be found in our Selected Legal Forms Guide.

Treatises, Summaries, and Practice Guides




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