Divorce-specific Resources - resources related specifically to divorce.
Federal Resources - links to federal courts, including US Supreme Court, categorized below.
State Resources - links to various state courts and the state legislatures
County Resources - links to county courts for Harris County
U.S. Courts of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit - The Web site for the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 5th Circuit
U.S. Courts Home Page - Contains links to all federal court web sites.
Federal Judicial Center - The education arm of the federal judiciary
U.S. Supreme Court Home Page - Official U.S. Supreme Court site. Contains information about the court, calendars, rules, filing guides, and press releases. Opinions starting with 1999 court year.
Supreme Court Decisions - Links to Supreme Court opinions, court calendar, current schedule of oral arguments, information on former and current justices, Supreme Court rules, and other Supreme Court information.
Briefserve.com - Commercial source for Supreme Court petitions and briefs. Free information includes court calendars, rules, forms, guides, and Questions Presented. Downloaded petitions and briefs (PDF format) for ~$25 each.
Federal Rules of Procedure - This page has links to rules in effect, proposed amendments, local rules of courts, and rules committee records.
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