Here are some good internet resources for the self-represented litigant. If you have another favorite you think I should include, feel free to let me know.
Fastcase — offers searchable data base of state and federal cases and statutes at an unbeatable price–free
Lawguru — internet legal law library sponsored by the U.S. House of Representatives
LawHelp — good general self-help website that will also direct you to state-specific resources
Legal Information Institute — follow developments in the law, find a free legal dictionary and free legal encyclopedia, and more
Legal Services Corporation — find information about legal aid offices in your state
National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers — a good place to start for information about criminal law and criminal lawyers
Nolo Press — for useful self-help books, forms, and advice on a variety of civil matters
And don’t forget to check websites for your state court, public and law libraries, legal services organizations, and bar associations for the latest information about court rules, orders, and fees; state-specific self-help resources, court interpreters; and court contact information.