Yes, if you have the citation for the case you are looking for, enter that into the search bar. The case should appear as the first suggestion in the drop-down menu below the search bar.

To Go Directly to the Case Page

If the case in the drop-down is highlighted (in grey), you can go to the case directly by either:

a) clicking Enter on your keyboard, or

b) clicking on the case title in the drop-down with your mouse. 

To Get Search Results for the Citation

If you want to run a search for that citation, but do not want to go directly to the case page itself, you can either:

a) click on the  the "Search for [citation]" option in the drop-down menu, or 

b) click on the blue Keyword Search button (if running your search from the Casetext homepage):

Having Trouble?

Double check the citation format. For example, if searching for case with an F.3d citation, using either f.3d (with a period) or f3d (no period) should work, but f.3rd (with an "r") probably won't. 

If you are looking up a case via its Lexis or Westlaw citation, please note we don't support those citations, but you can look up cases by their title or docket number. 

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