Asked & Answered from Courthouse Libraries BC

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By Alan Kilpatrick

Are you familiar with the Asked & Answered database from Courthouse Libraries BC?  If you are having difficulty with a challenging legal research question and not sure where else to turn, consider consulting Asked & Answered.  This searchable database features an assorted collection of research tips and answers to obscure legal questions.  Courthouse Libraries BC describes the helpful resource on their website:

Asked & Answered is collection of answers to tricky legal research questions. It works best if you search it.  Asked & Answered was originally developed as a private tool for Courthouse Library staff. We use it to keep track of tough-to-find answers. If you’ve searched everywhere else with no luck, it’s time to search Asked & Answered.

Asked & Answered can be browsed or searched by keyword.  It is available online at courthouselibrary.ca/training/AskedAndAnswered.

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The database answers questions about court attire, the legality of hitchhiking, and many other questions.  For example, one of the more interesting questions Asked & Answered addresses is whether it is illegal to kill a Sasquatch.

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If you are stuck on a legal research question, I encourage you to consult Asked & Answered.

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