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The Supreme Court only deals with Constitutional issues. The U.S. Reports are a compilation of Supreme Court Cases in chronological order, but they do not contain the most current information. Most recent cases are at the Supreme Court website.
The materials collected here contain not just opinions, but the full text, from cover through index, of bound volumes 502 et seq., including all of the opinions, orders, and other materials issued for the Court's 1991 Term and subsequent years. Additional volumes will be included here after they are published in print form.
Finding District Court Cases
The first level in the Judicial Branch is the District Court. Most District Courts only publish about 60% of the cases they hear. The second level is the Appeals Court. This court deals with legal issues only. The third level is the Supreme Court.