The Office of The Judge Advocate General,
located in the Pentagon, Washington, D.C., provides legal
support to the Secretary of the Air Force and The Chief of
Staff, as well as heading up the Judge Advocate General's
Department. The Department consists of over 3,000 military and
civilian attorneys, paralegals, and support personnel
worldwide. The Judge Advocate General (TJAG) is Major General
William Moorman, and the Deputy Judge Advocate General is
Major General Thomas Fiscus.
States Code (USC)
The legal information of Cornell University provides and
excellent reference site of al the House of Representative codes
of Federal Regulations (CFR)
This front-end to the Code of Federal
Regulations (CFR) is generated from and links to the most recent
version of the CFR placed on the Internet by the Government
Printing Office. It contains the federal regulations in force as
of specific revision dates which vary from title to title. That
for each title is shown on its table of contents
Crime and Criminal Law
of Justice Stats Page
Collects, analyzes, and publishes info on
crime, criminals, victims and operation of justice systems at
all levels of government.
Justice Resources on the Web
Links to police agencies and public services. You will find
info on correction institutions, forensics, missing persons,
FBI's most wanted, family support and more.
Extensive links dealing with family law, such as marital
dissolution, child custody, property, and mediation.
Includes advice for parents.
Helpline Home Page
Keep the law out of your divorce. It features a help line
center, short course, directory, and other self-help links.