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Famous Trials is the Web’s largest and most visited collection of original essays, trial transcripts and exhibits, maps, images, and other materials relating to the greatest trials in world history.
A not-for-profit group that believes everyone should be able to read and understand the laws that govern them, without cost.
Congress established its Law Library in 1832, recognizing the need for ready access to reliable legal materials. The Law Library has grown over the years to become the world’s largest law library, with a collection of over 2.65 million volumes that cover virtually every jurisdiction in the world.
"We, the people of Missouri, with profound reverence for the Supreme Ruler of the Universe, and grateful for His goodness, do establish this constitution for the better government of the state." (Preamble to the Missouri Constitution)
The Missouri Judiciary consists of three levels of courts: The trial courts (also known as the circuit courts), an intermediate appellate court (the Missouri Court of Appeals) that is divided into three regional districts, and the Supreme Court of Missouri. Click here to learn more about Missouri courts including: The Supreme Court of Missouri, Missouri Court of Appeals, Local Courts, Court Reporters, Boards & Commissions, Judicial Personnel, and the Office of State Courts Administrator.
The Supreme Court of Missouri Historical Database provides an index and abstract of the criminal and civil court cases that were appealed to the territorial Superior Court and state Supreme Court of Missouri up to 1868, and a partial listing of cases to 1889. This database is made possible by a partnership between the Missouri State Archives, the Supreme Court of Missouri, and the Supreme Court of Missouri Historical Society. Digital images are available for some case files dating from 1821 through 1865.
The Society, a private, nonprofit organization, is dedicated to the collection and preservation of the history of the Supreme Court of the United States. Incorporated in the District of Columbia in 1974, it was founded by Chief Justice Warren E. Burger, who served as its first honorary chairman.
The U.S. Department of Justice website includes links to information created and maintained by other public and/or private organizations. This website contains a variety of information about Missouri courts at the state and local levels; Missouri laws, regulations, and orders; legal ethics and attorney regulations; local government; state agencies and offices; and other general law and judiciary resources.
This website features online resources for legal research and includes helpful links to over 30 research topics, books, articles, and other online resources.