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AJS 109 - East - Criminal Law: Encyclopedias

Development and philosophy of law and constitutional provisions.

Why Use a Reference Source

Reference sources provide background information about your topic. They provide context and help you gain a clearer understanding of the issue or subject you are writing about. They provide you with an overview of the topic and can help you focus your investigation by providing common subtopics, events, personalities, and keywords. Normally you do cite a reference source because it is Subject Common Knowledge


Gale Reference - Law and Policing

Legal Materials & Case Law

Statistical Abstract of the United States

Using a Reference Source

Crime Statistics on the Open Web