Bureau of Justice Statistics
The BJS collects information on crime, offenders, victims and the operation of justice systems at all levels of government.
Federal Bureau of Investigation Crime Statistics
Crime Statistics publishes annually on specific offenses and trends in criminal behavior. Topics include hate crimes, terrorism incidents, and financial crimes.
Statistical Abstract of the United States
This annual resource, dating back to 1878, compiles statistical information from a wide variety of federal agencies.
These statistics pertain to the business of the federal court system. Reports are categorized by courts (appellate, district, bankruptcy, etc) and report information that includes the numbers, the types of cases heard, caseloads, and much more.
Biographical Directory of Judges
Entries are brief, details of judicial service, education, and professional career. This would be a great starting place for researching federal judges.
Legal Information Institute[LII]
Legal resources including U.S. and state resources, Code of Federal Regulations, Supreme Court decisions, legal encyclopedia, and more.
LexisNexis Legal Newsroom
This site aggregates current legal news from other LexisNexis sites. The user may browse by topic or enter search terms. We won't necessarily have full text access to every article here.
National Criminal Justice Reference Service
This site compiles government documents from offices of the U.S. Department of Justice.
A multimedia archive devoted to the U.S. Supreme Court, including cases, decisions, and thousands of hours of SC audio.
Supreme Court of the United States
Access the court docket, recent decisions, arguments, opinions, and more.
United States Courts
Find the rules and policies used in administering the federal judiciary, codes of conduct, and various federal regulations.