Boring Details

and fine print

State codes and statutes

with one comment

Alabama – Code of Alabama 1975

Consists of 45 Titles, each divided into numbered Chapters with numbered Sections.  Cite as:  § Title-Chapter-Section, Code of Alabama 1975.

Example: § 13A-5-40(a)(7), Code of Alabama 1975.

Note: Alabama law is unique among the various states by formalizing many provisions – more than 800 – into amendments to the State Constitution.

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Alaska – Alaska Statutes

Consists of 19 Titles, each divided into numbered Chapters with numbered Sections. Cite as:  AS Title-Chapter-Section.

Example: AS 12.61.010

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Arizona – Revised Statutes
Arkansas – Code
California – Code from FindLaw.com
Colorado – Revised Statutes
Connecticut – General Statutes
Delaware – Code
Florida – Statutes
Georgia – Code
Hawaii – Revised Statutes
Idaho – Statutes
Illinois – Compiled Statutes
Indiana – Indiana Code
Iowa – Code
Kansas – Statutes
Kentucky – Kentucky Revised StatutesKentucky Court Rules
Louisiana – Statutes
Maine – Revised Statutes
Maryland – Annotated Code
Massachusetts – General Laws
Michigan – Compiled Laws
Minnesota – Statutes and Session Laws
Mississippi – Code
Missouri – Revised Statutes
Montana – Code Annotated
Nebraska – Statutes
Nevada – Revised Statutes
New Hampshire – Revised Statutes
New Jersey – Statutes
New Mexico – Statutes Unannotated
New York – Consolidated Laws
North Carolina – General Statutes
North Dakota – Century Code
Ohio – Revised CodeOhio Rules of Court
Oklahoma – Statutes
Oregon – Revised Statutes
Pennsylvania – Code
Rhode Island – General Laws
South Carolina – Code of Laws
South Dakota – Consolidated Laws
Tennessee – Code
Texas – Statutes – See: How to Find and Cite Texas Statutes
Utah – Code
Vermont – Statutes Online
Virginia – Code of Virginia
Washington – Revised Code
West Virginia – Code
Wisconsin – Statutes
Wyoming – Statutes

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Written by Tom Fox

January 19, 2009 at 2:20 am

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  1. Love your site :)

    Stephanie

    May 7, 2009 at 9:07 pm


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