United States Federal Government - Judicial Branch
Justia.com United States Judicial Branch Resources Links to U.S. Federal Court resources.
Maintained by the Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts on behalf of the Federal Judiciary, this site provides resources and information on U.S. Courts, including court records, career information, statistics, rules and forms.
This Code applies to United States Circuit Judges, District Judges, Court of International Trade Judges, Court of Federal Claims Judges, Bankruptcy Judges, and Magistrate Judges.
Find Federal Courts using an interactive map maintained by the Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts on behalf of the Federal Judiciary.
The Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts offers this search tool for finding federal court contact information. Search by type of court and location to find the full street address, a map, phone number, Web site address and URL for submitting electronic filings.
Judicial Salary Resource Center
The National Center for State Courts (NCSC), publisher of the annual Survey of Judicial Salaries, makes available this Web site, which provides the latest data. You may rank judicial positions by the most current salary data available (but results appear in alphabetical order). You may search salary data by state or region and judicial position as well as the latest reporting period.
Judges of the United States Courts
The Federal Judicial Center offers a database of biographical information about federal judges serving since 1789. Biographical entries include the judge's full name, birth year and date of death, place of birth or death, race and gender. They also provide information about a judge's education and professional career.
The Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts provides an introduction to jury service. It cover trial juries (aka petit juries) and grand juries as well as the qualifications required to serve as a federal juror.
The official U.S. Supreme Court Web site. The site provides, among other resources, recent Court decisions, docket files dating back to 2000, an interactive Court calendar, a case citation finder, information on bar admissions, court rules and official opinions from United States Reports, 1991 - present.
U.S. Sentencing Commission, Guidelines Manuals and Amendments
The U.S. Sentencing Commission offers Federal Sentencing Guidelines Manuals and amendments from 1994.