Case Reports by Citation
Citations tell you where a case is published. They typically come in the form of a volume number, reporter abbreviation and a page number, followed by the court and year in parentheses. For example, a typical citation for a Minnesota Supreme Court case in the North Western Reporter 2d Series might look something like this: A.B. v. C.D., 123 N.W.2d 456 (Minn. 20**).
Opinions of the Minnesota appellate courts beginning with May of 1996 can be found on our Web Archive by keyword search, name, date or docket number, but not by citation.
Related Topics: Case Reports, Free Online Sources; Case Reports by Party Name; Unpublished Decisions.