Access to Justice
Access to justice depends in large part on access to information. You may be researching a legal matter for yourself or for a loved one. We provide below a list of web sites we believe will be helpful to your legal research.
The details of a legal matter can be complex and confusing, whether it’s a contract, a criminal charge, or litigation. Each situation is unique and has a unique set of circumstances and consequences. These circumstances and their legal implications are best interpreted with the assistance of a trained and experienced lawyer. Please feel free to consult with attorneys at Curran, Hollenbeck & Orton, S.C., to evaluate the important considerations in the legal matter of interest to you.
Juneau, Adams, Columbia, and Sauk Counties
State of Wisconsin
- Wisconsin Court System
- Wisconsin Circuit Court Case Dockets
- Wisconsin Appellate and Supreme Court Case Dockets
- Federal Courts System
- Federal Judicial Center, the Education and Research Agency for the Federal Courts
- Federal Court for the Eastern District of WI (Milwaukee)
- Federal Court for the Western District of WI (Madison)
- PACER Federal Court Docket System
- Supreme Court of the United States
- Supreme Court Collection of the Legal Information Institute at Cornell University
- US Department of Justice Home Page
Other Legal Resources
- Wisconsin Bar Association
- American Bar Association, Home Page
- American Bar Association, Public Resources
- Internet Legal Resource Guide
- U.S. Constitution
- US Law, A Consumer Law Portal
- Freedom of Information Law
- America Law Sources Online (ALSO), a Guide to Federal & State Statutes
- Legal Dictionary from Attorney Lloyd Duhaime
Criminal Defense Research Websites
- ABA Criminal Justice Section
- ACLU Racial Justice Issues
- ACLU Prisoner’s Rights
- Bureau of Justice Statistics (DOJ)
- Capital Defense Weekly (formerly Capital Defender’s Toolbox)
- Department of Justice Computer Seizure Guidelines
- Kruglick’s Forensic Resource & Criminal Law Research Site
- National Criminal Justice Reference Service
- The Sentencing Project
- Vera Institute of Justice
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