The cybersleuth's guide to the Internet : conducting effective free investigative & legal research on the Web /

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Bibliographic Details
Main Author: Levitt, Carole A
Other Authors: Rosch, Mark E
Format: Book
Published: Rio Rancho, N.M. : Internet For Lawyers, c2012
Edition:12th ed
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Table of Contents:
  • Introduction to the internet and web browsers
  • Reliability and admissibility of information from the internet
  • How to search the web: search engines and directories
  • Other favorite search engines and meta-search sites
  • Finding older versions of web pages that have been deleted or revised
  • Free investigative research resources: to locate and background people
  • Finding experts and verifying their credentials
  • Locating and backgrounding attorneys, judges, and other legal professionals
  • Pay investigative research databases
  • Using the internet for substantive legal research
  • Free online case law databases
  • Free "member benefit to lawyers" online legal research databases: case law and more
  • Cite checking cases
  • Internet sites for governmental resources
  • Dockets
  • Finding legal web sites that are topic-, jurisdiction-, or format-specific
  • How to cite resources on the internet