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Read Nolo Books Online — Free!

The latest editions of some of Nolo’s most popular books are now available online for free. Whether you want to read cover-to-cover or just browse each title’s table of contents for specific information, Nolo’s free online books are a valuable addition to our expanding collection of free legal information. Check out these helpful books from  Continue Reading »

Nolo’s U.S. Supreme Court Center is Now in Session

For centuries, U.S. Supreme Court decisions have shaped everything from Congress’s powers to individual rights, and almost every legal issue in between. Some would even argue that one Supreme Court decision effectively elected a President. Now, Nolo is happy to announce the launch of the U.S. Supreme Court Center, your one-stop shop for full-text decisions  Continue Reading » Adds Dozens of New Legal Topics

Visitors to know about our hundreds of free articles and FAQs, covering everything from Accidents & Injuries to Wills, Trusts & Estates — always accurate, up to date, and written in plain English. Now there’s even more to love. This week, Nolo announces the addition of dozens of new legal topics to our free  Continue Reading »

Kids, Crime, and Court: The Juvenile Justice System

When minors get in trouble with the law, their cases usually follow a path that’s very different from adult criminal court proceedings. Juvenile court can give young offenders unique opportunities for rehabilitation and a clean slate, but not every juvenile court case is child’s play. Nolo’s new “Juvenile Justice” article series takes an in-depth look  Continue Reading »

Debts Have You Seeing Red? Get Back to Black

When it comes to financial stability, the economy isn’t out of the woods yet, and neither are many Americans. If you’re struggling to pay your bills every month, or finding that you have debt you simply can’t get out from under, you have options. From contacting creditors yourself to getting help from credit counseling agencies,  Continue Reading »