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People will be able to quote opinion language from the website with confidence in its accuracy, which is not true for opinions that are on Westlaw or other online sources.
Additionally, the free-access website represents further progress toward making publicly available the official text of our historical set of opinions in an electronic format.
Further, unlike the paid electronic websites (e.g., Westlaw and Lexis.com), the opinions do not include any links to cases, statutes, or other cited authorities.
This no-frills approach is designed to provide free public access to the online text of the opinions, while still retaining a sufficient market for the sale of our official reporter volumes; these sales support the ongoing editing and publication of our opinions. The free-access website has a fully functional search engine that is based on the search engine that Lexis Nexis uses for its commercial website (lexisnexis.com).
With the emergence of the Lexis Nexis free-access website, MRSC will no longer be posting unofficial opinions on its website.
MRSC maintained this part of its website as a public service for many years, stepping forward at a time when the courts were unable to undertake this.
We will continue to post the slip opinions on gov, just as we have previously done.
Due to the no-frills approach, though, the website does not include some features that are in the official reports in our books: primarily, there are not any headnotes or page numbers.California’s free-access website has been in place for several years.California’s website has been successful in providing the public with free (no-frills) access to the text of California’s published opinions, without significantly undercutting the sales of their books that have the official text. Opinions are added to the website at approximately the same time as when the advance sheet for those opinions is published.These opinions were never intended to be the official court opinions; they were merely being kept on the website as a public service by MRSC, with express caveats that these opinions were not the final, official opinions.(3) Westlaw website: This website has our published opinions but (1) access to Westlaw requires a paid subscription and (2) the Westlaw opinions differ from the official versions in the Washington Reports.