Federal Grand Juries -- A complete guide.
Administrative Office of the US Courts
The Legal Information Institute - Search engines and ranking systems identify the LII as the most linked to web resource in the field of law. The Institute is as activity of Cornell Law School. Cornell Law School
Federal Judicial Center - Research and education agency of the federal judicial system, established by Congress in 1967. The statutory duties of the Center and its Board: By statute, the Chief Justice of the United States chairs the Center's Board, which includes the director of the Administrative Office of the US Courts and seven judges elected by the Judicial Conference.
Federal Justice Statistics Resource Center - The Federal Justice Statistics Resource Center (FJSRC) maintains the Bureau of Justice Statistics (BJS) Federal Justice Statistics Program (FJSP) database, which contains information about suspects and defendants processed in the Federal criminal justice system. Using data from Federal agencies, the FJSP compiles information describing defendants from each stage of Federal criminal case processing. The Bureau of Justice Statistics and the Urban Institute
Federal Magistrate Judges Association - A US Magistrate Judge is a federal trial judge appointed to serve in a US district court for a period of 8 years. They are appointed by the life-tenured federal judges of a district court, District Judges, who supervise the activities of the Magistrate Judges by assigning civil cases for jury or non-jury trial upon consent of the parties and for pretrial matters. Similarly criminal cases are assigned to Magistrate Judges on the consent of the parties, except for the trial of felony cases.
The National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers (NACDL) - Advancing the mission of US criminal defense lawyers to ensure justice and due process for persons accused of crime or misconduct. A professional bar association founded in 1958, NACD is committed to preserving fairness within America's criminal justice system.
The PACER Service Center is the Federal Judiciary's centralized registration, billing, and technical Support center for electronic access to US District, Bankruptcy, and Appellate court records.
The Federal Judicial Center -- The research and education agency of the federal judicial system.
Federal Circuit -- The opinions of the Federal Circuit since August 1995 are brought to you by the Hugh F. Macmillan Law Library, Emory University School of Law, in cooperation with the United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit. All cases are in full text on the Web, or can be downloaded. The files to download are located at the end of each case.
Federal Rules of Civil
Procedure -- These rules govern the conduct of all civil actions
brought in Federal district courts. While they do not apply to suits
in state courts, the rules of many states have been closely modeled
on these provisions.
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