Tips for the Search Box:
You can use the search box above to query adjudications from 1990 until the present. In addition to your search terms, wildcard characters may also be used. Wildcards are symbols that represent any character, allowing you to search for partial terms.
The asterisk (*) represents any number of characters. Note: You must include at least three characters if you are doing a substring search (wildcards on each end of the string). Example: sub* Returns: subdirectory, subject, subjective
AND finds objects containing all of the specified terms. Example: holiday AND schedule Returns: Holiday Schedule
OR finds objects containing at least one of the specified terms. Note: This is the same as entering a list of terms, separated by commas (,) or vertical bars (|). Example: holiday OR vacation Returns: Holiday Schedule, Christmas Holiday Party, Scheduling Vacation
NOT excludes objects containing the specified term. Example: holiday NOT vacation Returns: Holiday Schedule, Christmas Holiday Party