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  • 1. Finding Legal Cases How & Where
  • 2. Case Citation Understand Case CitationMiranda v. Arizona 384 U.S. 436 (1996) Case name Vol. Reporter Page Year
  • 3. Sources---Print United States Reports, U.S. (Call Number: REF KF 101.U5) United States Supreme Court Reporter, S. Ct. (Call Number: REF KF101 S9) Federal Supplement , F. Supp. (Call Number: REF KF120.F4) Alabama Reporter , Ala. (REF KFA 45.A22 Alabama Appellate Court Reports, Ala. App. (Call Number: REF KFA 47.A2)
  • 4. Sources--- Electronic Westlaw Campus---Electronic databases containing full-text cases, codes, encyclopedia, selected law reviews with key word, citation, subject search Access at: http://www.jsu.edu/library/resources/law_re
  • 5. Type the case citation
  • 6. Case Opinion
  • 7. Need Help?Contact: hwang@jsu.edu Tel:256-782-5250Blackboard IM: hwang1

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