PacerPro is a free interface to the federal government's Public Access to Court Electronic Records (PACER). Anyone who has used PACER knows how useful it is, and how difficult it can be to use. PacerPro makes accessing PACER a lot easier. Users will still need a PACER account to log in, and the cost for retrieving documents is still $.10/page, but users can save money with PacerPro. All documents, once retrieved in PacerPro, are stored and made available to future users. If you search with PacerPro for a document, and someone else has previously retrieved it, you can avoid the per-page fee.
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U.S. Courts : The Federal Judiciary is the official site for the Administrative Office for the U.S. Courts. On this site you will find links to all federal courts, court rules, rule amendments, and proceedings of the Judicial Conference.