If you are thinking about filing for bankruptcy, you may have wondered the differences between the bankruptcy filing types: chapter 7, chapter 13, chapter 11, and chapter 7. In addition to these two, there are also other types of bankruptcy, which you may have heard about on the news. Here is a breakdown on the various types of bankruptcy. Chapter 7 This is a called a liquidation or straight bankruptcy. Nevertheless, bankruptcy will not wipe out most liens or mortgages.
The fourth amendment clearly spells out the rights of individuals involved in suspected criminal activity: no police officer or government official is allowed to engage in "unreasonable search and seizure." In other words, if the police don't have a warrant or probable cause to search you or your property, they can't. The fourth amendment to the Constitution can cause some confusion among individuals who have been detained at a routine traffic stop and had drug sniffing dogs inspect their car.