Attorney General: Legal Resources
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Legal Resources

 Legal Resources
 
 Formal Opinions of the Attorney General
  Connecticut General Statute 3-125 authorizes the Attorney General to issue formal opinions to leaders of the General Assembly and the heads of any state agency, state board or commission.
 
 Guides to the Code of Ethics
  Plain language guides for employees, public officials, contractors and other officials
 
 State of Connecticut Judicial Branch
Connecticut Courts Page
  This section provides information on the various functions and operations of our state courts, as well as addresses, phone numbers, and directions to each court location.
 
 FindLaw's Judicial Branch
Federal Resources By Jurisdiction
  United States Supreme Court - includes links to opinions, calendar, rules, the official U.S. Supreme Court Web site, the Office of the Solicitor General, and oral arguments available on Real Audio. United States Courts of Appeal - provides links to opinions by Circuit. United States District Courts - provides links to Courts alphabetically by state. United States Bankruptcy Courts - provides links to Courts alphabetically by state. Other Federal Courts - provides links to military legal sites and other Federal courts, including the U.S. Court of Federal Claims and the U.S. Tax Court.
 
 Small Claims Directory
  State of Connecticut, Judicial Branch's directory for Small Claims. It includes Small Claims facilities by town, Case Lookups, the Small Claims process, where to file, and an FAQs page.
 
 United States District Court
District of Connecticut
  Provides access to electronic case files, the Pacer database, local rules, and electronic forms. Provides information on the Court Calendar, Opinions, federal judges, juror & pro bono information etc.
 
 United States Courts
  Provides electronic access to the U.S. Supreme Court, U.S. Court of Appeals, U.S. District Courts, and U.S. Bankruptcy Courts.
 
 United States Supreme Court
  The United States Supreme Court consists of the Chief Justice of the United States and eight associate justices. At its discretion, and within certain guidelines established by Congress, the Supreme Court each year hears a limited number of the cases it is asked to decide. Those cases may begin in the federal or state courts, and they usually involve important questions about the Constitution or federal law.
 
 United States Bankruptcy Court
District of Connecticut
  Provides information on Cases, Court Calendar, Opinions, Frequently Asked Questions, Procedures, Forms, etc.
 
 United States Court of Appeals
Second Circuit
  Provides Decisions, access to the PACER database, Second Circuit Handbook, Civil Appeal Management Plan etc.
 
 Connecticut Bar Legal Resources
  Connecticut Bar Association's guide to Connecticut lawyers. Looking for information about lawyers and the law? Choose from the following links of frequently asked questions to help find your answers!
 
 Other Attorneys General
  Attorneys General in Other Jurisdictions