RESOURCES

  • State of West Virginia - The WV.gov News Center is your source for the latest news released from all government agencies including executive, legislative, judicial and constitutional offices. You can browse the most recent releases below or search for additional news by agency or topic.

  • West Virginia Legal Guide - A PDF Resource for anyone interested in learning how the legal system in West Virginia works, from municipal and magistrate courts to the highest courts in the state. (1.4 MB download)

  • West Virginia Legal Assistance - This site is a cooperative project of civil legal services providers in West Virginia. It is designed to help clients, practitioners and members of the public to understand our legal system and use it to pursue their just claims.

  • West Virginia Legislature - Designed to strengthen your connection to West Virginia's legislators and the laws that govern this state, this site provides you with access to various resources, including contact information, reports, legislation and educational materials.

  • West Virginia Secretary of State - Natalie Tennant begins her first term as the 29th Secretary of State of West Virginia. Tennant is a Marion County native. Prior to Secretary Tennant's election in November, she was co-owner of Wells Media Group LLC, a Charleston based video production and media training company she operated with her husband Erik Wells.

  • West Virginia Code of State Rules - The CSR is a constantly changing publication, and subscribers to the publication receive monthly updates to assure the version on their shelves is as up-to-date as possible. Rules are added to address new legislative mandates or amended to address new issues. Rules change as government is reorganized, agency names changed or duties transferred by the Legislature.
  • West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals - The Supreme Court of Appeals is West Virginia's highest court and the court of last resort. West Virginia is one of only 11 states with a single appellate court. The Supreme Court of Appeals of West Virginia is the busiest appellate court of its type in the United States. The five Supreme Court justices hear appeals of decisions over all matters decided in the circuit courts, including criminal convictions affirmed on appeal from magistrate court and appeals from administrative agencies. Workers' compensation appeals are unique, and are appealed directly to the Supreme Court from the administrative agency. The Supreme Court justices also hear appeals of decisions decided in family court if both parties agree that they will not appeal directly to the circuit court.

  • Judicial Directory - Circuit, Family, Magistrate Courts - This PDF download lists all contacts for circuit, family and magistrate courts in the state of West Virginia. (250 Kb download)

  • West Virginia Insurance Commissioner - The more you know about insurance the better you will understand which types of insurance fulfill your needs and the more confident you will feel with your insurance related decisions. The Offices of the Insurance Commissioner offers a variety of services for both the consumer and the insurance industry to ensure that quality coverage exists throughout the state. Offices of the Insurance Commissioner staff monitor, regulate and license agents as well as agencies and insurance companies. Assistance is also provided for consumers who have problems and questions.

  • Code of Federal Regulations - The Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) is the codification of the general and permanent rules published in the Federal Register by the executive departments and agencies of the Federal Government. It is divided into 50 titles that represent broad areas subject to Federal regulation. Each volume of the CFR is updated once each calendar year and is issued on a quarterly basis.
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