Public Court Records–Free
Posted by Bill on February 13, 2009
PACER is the US government site for federal court records. Pending case information is available along with old, closed case information. You need an account with them so that you can search the database. Also, you have to pay 8 cents per page for downloading. Almost all federal courts are on the system, and you can search by name, case number and in all or individual courts.
According to the NYT story Public Resource is taking the case information from the PACER system and making the information publicly available without charge. It is a good site to check out if you are doing public record research.
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