Answered By: John Kissinger Last Updated: Nov 05, 2015 Views: 66
The CCGA libraries have access to many state and federal legal resources through a GALILEO database called Lexis/Nexis Academic. The sources in this database have replaced many of the law resources that were once in-print at CCGA.
This database is available to all current CCGA students through GALILEO as well as to anyone visiting the libraries in CCGA Libraries at the Main Campus in Brunswick or the Camden Center in Kingsland.
Although CCGA offers an associate's degree for transfer in Criminal Justice its libraries are not US Government Document Depositories or "law libraries". Our in-print legal collection is limited and we do not carry legal forms.
The nearest Government Document Depository Lobraries are:
Jacksonville Public LibraryMain LibraryJacksonville,Florida
Jacksonville University Carl S.Swisher LibraryJacksonville,Florida
University of North Florida Thomas G. Carpenter Library Jacksonville, Florida
In Georgia the nearest depository is:
Georgia Southern University Zach S. Henderson Library Statesboro, Georgia
The United States Government makes many of its resorces available on line as well. See this website.