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The Law Library is open to the public during its regular business hours, Monday-Friday from 8:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m. No fee is charged to members of the general public for access to the Law Library. We will answer basic questions about where we are located and the services we provide by phone or email, but we do not supply articles, cases, or other materials by phone or email to non-subscribers. The general public, including non-subscribing attorneys, are welcome to use library materials on-site. None of our services shall be construed as giving legal advice.

The Law Library has an annual subscription service that provides some resources and services that are restricted to elected officials, judges, and library subscribers. Extend the reach of your law or other professional practice by becoming a subscriber today and taking advantage of the services and extensive collection of the Library.

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Members of the public are welcome to come into the Law Library during Courthouse hours, Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. You may call in advance with questions about library resources and services, but we do not answer legal questions by phone and we do not offer any legal advice.

Once in the Law Library, you may use any materials from our collection on-site. We have copiers that will photocopy, scan, or email your documents. Copies or print outs are 15 cents per page. There are also several online legal resources available, including Fastcase, EBSCO Legal Information Reference Center, and HeinOnline. Additionally, we provide links to free online legal information via our website. See the Research tab. You might also like to use our Research Guides.

Some frequently used sites include the following: