Federal court records -- I find this hilarious
For the Firefox browser: a plug in that gives free access to many PACER court files.
PACER is the system (if we can call it that) that stores pleadings in Federal trial courts. It is indeed primitive and difficult to use. A second problem, tho, is that if you retrieve a document, you get charged 8 cents a page.... to look at a public record.
They ought to hire the guys who created this plug-in to redo their entire system. With the plug-in, if you try to access a PACER document the program first asks if the document is already in their free database. If so, you see the free version. If not, you can buy the document from PACER, and it gets added to the free database for everyone else to use.