From this site one can link to the following sites :
To look online for court cases from both federal and state courts, use LexisNexis.
Once you’re in the LexusNexis database, click the “Legal Tab” at the top. In the law section, you have three ways to find cases: by citation, by party name, and by searching.
By citation. If you know the citation for a case, you can type it in the box “Find a document by citation.” This search will bring up the text of that case.
By party name. If you know the names of the parties to a case, you can type those in the box ________ vs _________ That will bring up a list of cases that match those party names. Note that this search is less efficient than searching by citation, because there are likely to be several cases with the same party names.
By keyword. If you know neither the citation nor the name of a case, you can search by keyword in the main search box, for example, “first amendment” or “gun control.” You can limit your search to cases from particular jurisdictions, such as cases from just federal courts or from just the courts of a particular state.