California briefs - The LA Law Library maintains an online repository of California Supreme Court and appellate courts briefs.
California legislation - The official site of the legislative branch of California enables users to find bill information from the State Assembly and State Senate from 1993 to the current legislative session. Go to the Clerk of the California State Assembly to read the legislative documents since 1850.
California Code of Regulations - The text of the regulations of California's state agencies. Users may view a listing of state agencies, view contents, or search the entire 28 titles (with the exception of Title 24 Building codes).
California Guideline Child Support calculator - This calculator provides only an estimate and is not a guarantee of the amount of child support that will be ordered. The Court Commissioner or Family Law Judge has the final authority to determine the amount of a child support order.
California jury instructions - The Judicial Council of California has adopted award-winning plain language civil and criminal jury instructions that accurately convey the law using language that is understandable to jurors.
LawHelp California - A free client-focused website featuring over 450 referrals to free legal aid and court services, as well as sliding scale legal programs and lawyer referral services. The site also hosts links to over 1,800 self-help legal materials.
Nolo books - Tulare County residents can access the electronic versions of these popular do-it-yourself legal books from home! Enter our two letter state abbreviation CA in the first box and our password TULARE .
Legal dictionary - Find plain-English definitions for legal terms in Nolo's Plain-English Law Dictionary. This Dictionary is also available as a FREE mobile application for iOS devices and can be downloaded from the iTunes App Store.
Legal glossaries - Available in 13 languages, courtesy of the Sacramento County Superior Court.
Google Scholar - Search for all 50 states and federal jurisdiction case law (be sure to select the “Case law” button).