Shepards Arizona Citations provides coverage of cases, constitutional provisions and statutes (including session laws, statutes at large and non-current statutes, for which coverage is only available in print) for Arizona. You will retrieve U.S. Supreme Court, lower federal and state cases that have cited your state decision, including histories (such as affirmances and reversals) and analysis on unrelated decisions that may have affected the precedential value of your case (such as cases that criticize, distinguish or overrule your case). Shepards analysis also includes true positive treatment, which indicates when your case has been expressly followed by another decision. You will also retrieve citations to selected leading law reviews and other secondary sources that have cited your case. For statutes, constitutional provisions and court rules, citing cases are analyzed for impact, including unconstitutionality and invalidity.
A cornerstone of the legal research process since 1873, Shepards Citations saves you time and costly errors by helping you validate your research. Shepards also helps you build your legal arguments by providing relevant cases and secondary sources that cite your authorities. Generations of lawyers have Shepardized their cases and statutes to ensure they have good law and to retrieve comprehensive lists of citing references. While the electronic version of Shepards Citations Service is widely used today on the LexisNexis Total Research System at www.lexis.com, Shepards remains available in print format for legal researchers who prefer hard-copy research.
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