We at the Florida Coastal Library really, really like you all. We are here to help and answer your questions. But you may not be close by, you may need a print resource. If you can’t come to us, then definitely go to another library! They are (almost) as nice and helpful as we are.
Where can you go? Well, that depends. Most states have some kind of public law library system – you can look at some lists of those libraries, both national and regional. You can also do a search in Google (or your favorite search engine) for something like county law library list (if you have an area, like Florida or California or Duval County, to add to the search that’s even better!).
You can also use public law school libraries for free in most cases. And even private law schools will often let you in (sometimes for a small fee, but often at least a couple times for free). There are also some lists of the law school libraries (this one goes directly to their catalogs, but you can then find the name of the law school near you). Or you can look at the law schools and find their library page.
Once you find a library – do not be shy to talk to the librarians, they want to help you (just be sure to use your best library voice…).