Court Opinions

These files are, according to their source, pulled directly from the US Register's Bound Volumes. You should always verify against the Bound Volumes, as the Bound Volumes in thier published book form are the definitive source if any descrepencies arise, see U.S. Reports.

Each of the bound volumes that are available in PDF form contain all of the cases for a given year. The first number in the case citation, "391" in Levy for instance, refers to the bound volume in which the opinion is published. The "US" indicates that the number is referencing the final Bound Volume version of a Supreme Court opinion. And the number immediately after the "US," "68" in Levey, indicates the first page number on which the named opinion begins.

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