• Guide to Law Online: The Guide to Law Online is an annotated compendium of sources accessible through the Internet.
  • Law Database: The Law Database allows you to find laws, legal information, and more.
  • Library of Congress THOMAS: THOMAS, in the spirit of Thomas Jefferson, is a place to obtain legislative information from the Library of Congress.
  • Sourcebook of Criminal Justice Statistics: The criteria for inclusion in this resource, which began as a print title in 1973, is that data must be reliable and methodologically sound, national in scope, and presented by regions, states, and cities of the US. Information comes from more than 100 sources, primarily state and federal agencies, research centers and universities. Data is presented in six sections: Criminal Justice characteristics; Public opinion; Crime, victims; Arrests, seizures; Courts, prosecution, sentencing; and Parole, jails, prisons, death penalty. The alphabetical list of topics and the table lists are most helpful in identifying the needed statistics. Data is available for multiple years and presented as both PDF and CSV files. Each section can be downloaded or viewed in its entirety.
  • U.S. Copyright Office: U.S. Copyright Office is an office of public record for copyright registration.
  • U.S. Patent and Trademark Office: View the home page of the United States Patent and Trademark Office's main website.