MA Library Books (2016-05-29/2016-05-29) by Paul MillerThe Prince's Foundation
Today, digitization makes books and documents that might not have been accessible to many members of the public available through the internet. Here's how digitized books can be used for public research through the California briefs and records collection.
Witold Pilecki during his trial at the Military Regional Court (1948-03)Original Source: The National Digital Archives
Genealogy (1353) by UnknownThe J. Paul Getty Museum
Do you want to know what happened during that family divorce case? Or would you like to know more about that relative who was involved in a criminal matter? You can find out more about your family history through digitized documents online.
Simone Veil (1974-12-13) by KeystoneGetty Images
Information for non-lawyers
Are you trying to represent yourself on appeal and need to see how it’s done? California briefs and records collection provides free samples that includes nearly every area of the law, from the Table of Authorities to the Standard of Review and the Argument and Conclusion.
Celebrity Look AlikesLIFE Photo Collection
California’s legal history is also rich with information about actors, politicians, and other famous individuals. Now everyone can search the California court records of the famous and the infamous!
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Whether the search is serious business or just for fun, the California briefs and records collection provides a wealth of new information at the public’s fingertips.
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