Online access to Supreme Court opinions from 1991 to present.
The CRAAP Test is a list of guidelines that you can think about in order to decide if the information in a resource is reliable. This is especially helpful when looking at web sites
Currency: The timeliness of the information. Relevance: The suitability of the information for you and your topic. Authority: The credibility of the author. Accuracy: The reliability, truthfulness, and correctness of the information. Purpose: The reason the information has been published.
For college level research you need to be choosy. Following are a few links giving guidance on how to critically look at resources and choose the best.