Law Library

The Augusta-Richmond County Law Library was developed to provide research and reference materials for the public, staff, and attorneys. In addition to general civil and criminal case sources, the library contains information for people who wish to represent themselves in domestic and probate legal matters. Anyone may come to the library to get legal forms or information on a variety of issues, including: state and federal law, taxes, wills, deeds, legitimation, custody, visitation, child support, annulment and divorce.

Legal Advice

The following link can be used as a tool in selecting an attorney Online Directory for Attorneys, Law Firms & Consumers | The Law Librarian cannot recommend a specific attorney. It will be your responsibility to contact and interview an attorney whom you want to hire.


The Librarian is available to suggest possible sources, assist with technical issues, and provide bibliographic instruction. Library staff cannot perform any services that might constitute the unauthorized practice of law (such as interpreting statutes, cases or regulations, filling out forms, or advising patrons about specific legal problems). Desk space and computers are available for legal research, word processing, and requesting printouts. You must have a USB flash drive to save and e-mail documents. A self-service photocopier is also available. Color copies are $2.00 per page and B&W copies are $.25 per page. Wireless/Internet service is accessible in the Law Library. Library materials may not be checked out or removed from the library.

Law Library Catalog
Reference Guide 2021
Case Search Guide 2021

Research and Forms

Georgia General Assembly

Augusta-Richmond County Code

Georgia Courts

Clerk of Court

Probate Court

Augusta Family Law

Georgia Legal Aid

Georgia Crime Information Center

Augusta-Richmond County Public Library

Georgia Legal Services Program - Augusta Office Phone: (706) 721-7282
Georgia Legal Services Program serves Georgians with low incomes. The Program provides legal assistance with landlord/tenant disagreements; consumer fraud; public school issues; food stamps, welfare or disability payments; domestic violence; health care and other issues.