Portal:Case law of the United States

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United States case law
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This category lists works related to case law in the United States.


Federal Courts[edit]

Supreme Court of the United States[edit]

United States Courts of Appeal[edit]

United States District Courts[edit]

United States Court of Claims[edit]

United States Tax Court[edit]

United States Bankruptcy Court[edit]

Florida[edit]

  • The Hovind Bankruptcy Decision (1996) Minister Kent Hovind unsuccessfully filed for bankruptcy to avoid paying federal income taxes. Hovind was found to have lied about his possessions and income.
  • The Riddle Bankruptcy Decision (2006) Chief Judge Emeritus A. Jay Cristol issues an order in a somewhat unusual format.

Federal Administrative Decisions[edit]

Federal Trade Commission[edit]

State Courts[edit]

State Supreme Courts[edit]

Arkansas[edit]

See: Portal:Arkansas case law

California[edit]

Delaware[edit]

See: Portal:Delaware case law

Illinois[edit]

Louisiana[edit]

Massachusetts[edit]

Nebraska[edit]

New Jersey[edit]

See: Portal:New Jersey case law

New York[edit]

Pennsylvania[edit]

See: Portal:Supreme Court of Pennsylvania

Virginia[edit]

State Courts of Appeals[edit]

Arkansas[edit]

See: Portal:Arkansas case law

California[edit]

New Jersey[edit]

See: Portal:New Jersey case law

Texas[edit]

State Trial Courts[edit]

California[edit]

Delaware[edit]

See: Portal:Delaware case law

Illinois[edit]

New Jersey[edit]

See: Portal:New Jersey case law

New York[edit]

Pennsylvania[edit]

See also[edit]