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Search and seizure basics, Part 2

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Demand Letters as Extortion


general/Constitutional Law

Search and seizure basics, Part 1

By Elia V. Pirozzi

general/Criminal Law

Criminal Law: Victim Restitution

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Small claims court: an underused tool

By Robert Steven Harrison

general/Expert Testimony

Damages after Sargon

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Rules for stipulating to a commissioner

By Maria Theresa Jauregui

general/Intellectual Property

Fair Use in Hollywood

special/Alternative Dispute Resolution

A Level Playing Field


general/Evidence

A primer on hearsay evidence

By Daniel J. Buckley

general/Criminal Law

Plea Bargaining Demystified


general/Court Rules and Procedures

The scope of commissioners' powers

By Maria Theresa Jauregui


general/Court Rules and Procedures

A commissioner's source of power

By Maria Theresa Jauregui

general/Class Actions

Talking to the Class


general/Intellectual Property

The Nature of Patents

general/Civil Practice

Overview of cy pres in class actions

By Daryn Pakcyk

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