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Free Internet Legal Resources: Constitutions
This guide directs legal researchers to the best websites for locating legal information on the free Web. It includes finding tools and legal search engines as well as primary sources from our three branches of government, state and federal.
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America.gov: About America: The Constitution of the United States of America with Explanatory Notes
The annotated text of the U.S. Constitution and Amendments with chapters about its ratification and development.
Cornell's Legal Information Institute: United States Constitution
Text of the United States Constitution and Amendments with annotations.
Findlaw: U.S. Constitution
Text of the U.S. Constitution and Amendments with annotations.
GPO Access: Constitution of the United States
Text of the U.S. Constitution and its amendments, annotated with analysis and interpretation by U.S. Supreme Court cases.
National Archives: Charters of Freedom
View the U.S. Constitution and read about its creation and ratification.
South Carolina Legislature Online: SC Constitution
Browse or search the full-text of the current South Carolina Constitution.
All State Constitutions
Cornell's Legal Information Institute Law by Source: State
Resources listed by state that include links to each state's constitution, statutes, and regulations
Findlaw Cases and Codes
Links to resources for federal and state law, including cases, constitutions, and regulations.
The Public Library of Law
Click on the Constitutions link and choose a state from the drop-down box.
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