At its simplest, a query can be just a word
or a phrase. But with the tips on this page, you can expand
the focus of your query to give you more complete results.
The Site Search is not case sensitive.
Searching for a phrase.
Example - type civil process to find all results
with the phrase civil process.
To search for multiple words.
Use AND or NEAR when all words must be present.
Example - type eviction AND landlord or eviction
NEAR landlord to find results with the word eviction
and the word landlord anywhere.
Use OR when only one word must be present.
Example - type vehicle OR car to find results with
either the word vehicle or the word car
Use AND NOT to eliminate results.
Example - type parking AND NOT ticket to find results
with the word parking but not the word ticket.
To search for words with the same prefix.
Example - type court* to find court, courts,
courthouse, courtroom, and so on.
Using AND, OR, NOT or NEAR literally by
using quotation marks.
Example - type "Types and Fees" to find
results with the phrase Types and Fees.
Example - type Types and Fees without quotes will
find results with the word Types and the word fees.