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Internet Sites

FindLaw: Cases and Codes
FindLaw  provides access to state cases and codes. Note: Many of the 50 states do not yet have their complete statutes on the internet. Some have only selected topics; others have summaries of their codes rather than the full text.
Law By Source: State: Legal Information Institute at Cornell Law School
The Legal Information Institute provides access to the state constitutions and legal codes of the fifty states. It also has links to recent decisions of the appellate courts of each state.
Maryland Courts
"Maryland Courts" provides access to Maryland court records, court forms, and appellate opinions.  The website also gives referrals to legal help throughout Maryland.

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