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If this is true all the tinfoil hat people have been more right that even they know....
This is fascinating but off topic and uncomfortably likely to be morphed into politics. I've moved this and strongly urge any repliers to keep comments away from the politics and only offer elucidation or additional references or legal critique, for that matter.

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Well, I dont see why anyone is up in arms - Justia.COM is a private for-profit company - they do not have the obligation to present everything but to more or less go with their mission as far as clients want them to. the free resources seem to be a plus, or in other terms a loss leader.

about them:
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Justia is headquartered in Mountain View, California.
They are perhaps the leading legal reference site in the US. Many Universities use them, too.
QUOTE (Cirrus @ Oct 21 2011, 01:56 PM) *
They are perhaps the leading legal reference site in the US. Many Universities use them, too.

I have complained about the poverty of our educational institutions for some time - so that has little sway.

cornell has a great site to look up law and if you pay you have findlaw and lexis - so like in trading, you dont always get what you want if you only look for the free items.

I believe the supreme court will also have files, perhaps still on microfiche however.
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