Use the main search bar to perform a topical search of the entire U.S. Supreme Court Library. For example, search for cases that reference the phrase “illegal search and seizure”:
This search yields more than 250 results. To limit the results, use the Refine Your Search facets on the left-hand side of the screen.
Refine searches with the following facets:
Users are also able to sort their results by:
To search for a specific case, use the Advanced Search link located beneath the main search bar and use the case name field.
For example, search for Miranda v. Arizona:
One search result is produced. Each result in the Supreme Court Library allows users to:
The case itself appears exactly as it was published in the U.S. Reports, with the added bonus of full searchability: