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In Lexis Advance®, all documents of the same type have a common structure, composed of the natural parts or divisions referred to as segments.
You can restrict your search to a specific part or segment of a document, such as the court that heard the case or the judge who wrote the opinion. Different types of documents have different segments. For example, a case doesn't have the same segments as a newspaper article.
Segment searching is especially useful when you are looking for:
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