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New Pennsylvania Bar Institute Publications Available at ACLL

The law of arrest, search, and seizure in Pennsylvania. Mechanicsburg, Pa.: Pennsylvania Bar Institute, c2009. KFP576.5 .R83 2009

This title covers the following topics: Introduction -- Procedure -- General structure and theory of the Fourth amendment and article I, Section S, of the Pennsylvania Constitution -- Probable cause -- Search warrants -- Categories of searches and seizures -- Derivative evidence.

The basics of consumer bankruptcy practice. Mechanicsburg, Pa.: Pennsylvania Bar Institute, c2009. KFP221.A75 B47 2009

This title covers the following topics, prepared by the accompanying individuals: Introduction to bankruptcy practice and terminology -- An overview of basic consumer bankruptcy / Catherine T. Martin -- Bankruptcy 101- Bankruptcy terminology / Lawrence V. Young -- Exemptions in bankruptcy / Michael H. Kahner, James K. Jones, Natalie Lutz Cardiello -- Discharge and dischargeability issues / Lawrence C. Frank, Jeffrey J. Sikirica -- Countdown in Chapter 13 / Professor Nathaniel C. Nichols -- Means testing & credit counseling / James K, Jones.

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