This product ships the week of May 27th
Clearly and conveniently sets forth concise summaries of the material elements, section numbers and penalties of the most important and commonly used criminal and motor vehicle laws of Pennsylvania.
Now available for pre-order. Expected to Ship June 20th.
The 2019 Edition of Pennsylvania Civil Procedure includes select portions of the Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes (current through the 2018 legislative session), the Pennsylvania Code, and select Pennsylvania Rules.
The Pennsylvania Criminal and Traffic Law Manual includes legislation from the latest legislative session and includes a valuable presentation of Police Procedure: Arrest, Search and Seizure, and Confession Law. Also included are a Table of Affected Statutes and Table of Contents for quick access to each area of the law.
What’s new in the latest edition of the Pennsylvania Criminal and Traffic Law Manual:
- A law enforcement entry into a home to execute an arrest warrant must be authorized by a judge’s determination of probable cause to search that home, whether by a separate search warrant or contained within the arrest warrant itself. Commonwealth v. Romero.
- An officer’s act of powering on a cell phone to gather evidence, without a warrant, violates both the United States and Pennsylvania Constitutions. Commonwealth v. Fulton.
- Auto exception does not permit an officer, without authorization, to enter the curtilage of a home in order to search a vehicle parked at the top of the home’s driveway. Collins v. Virginia.
Now available in eBook format and includes a valuable presentation of Police Procedure: Arrest, Search and Seizure, and Confession Law.