JUVENILE JUSTICE IN CUMBERLAND COUNTY The complex issue of juvenile justice was the topic for two important programs on WITF TV on Friday, January 26. It featured a WITF Original Production Real Life Real Issues - Juvenile Justice. It’s was a behind-the-scenes look as it followed one juvenile offender through the system in Cumberland County. The production was followed by the PBS Frontline production of Second Chance Kids. It explored the fate of juveniles in prison for murder, following a landmark Supreme Court ruling.
Michael J. Pykosh, Esquire is the new Chairperson of the Cumberland County Bar Foundation.
Attached is the Fee Schedule for the Orphans' Court effective 1/1/18./Portals/0/Documents/Announcement Links/Fees 2018 Register of Wills Clerk of Orphans Court (4).pdf?ver=2019-04-11-091101-447
Attached is the Recorder of Deeds Fee Increase Schedule effective 11/30/17
Due to increased costs assessed by the Commonwealth of Pensylvania, filing fees have increased. See the notice attached.
The Cumberland County Bar Foundation has available for sale a Thermo-O-Tote that keeps food HOT or COLD; it can be used for grocery shopping, travel, work, parties, sports events or at the beach. The cost is $10.00. See the attached order form. All proceeds will support the CCBA Pro Bono Program. The Cumberland County Bar Foundation is a Not For Profit 501C3 organization.
As of 8/11/17 the Cumberland County Bar Association's (CCBA) toll free number was discontinued. To contact the CCBA please use 717-249-3166.
In partnership with the Cumberland County Bar Association, the Cumberland County Bar Foundation and WITF produced a special series featuring the Juvenile Justice System with a focus on Cumberland County. Click on the "title" above to view a web page story.
The Penn State Dickinson School of Law Clinic..... The Community Law Clinic provides free legal representation for low income members of the community in the areas of family law (custody, support, divorce, domestic violence, adoption, etc.), as well as social security and supplemental security income claims, guardianships, special education, American with Disabilities Act claims, civil rights actions, etc. The Children’s Advocacy Clinic receives court appointments to represent children in dependency cases. The address for both law clinics is: 45 N. Pitt Street, Carlisle, PA 17013. The phone number for both clinics is: Phone: 717-243-2968. The Fax numbers are: Community Law Clinic Fax: 717-241-3596 and the Children’s Advocacy Clinic Fax: 717-241-3556
The Cumberland Law Journal front cover of Issue 36 was incorrectly numbered 35. The corrected copy is available to CCBA members online. Current law journal subscribers may request a corrected hard copy of the journal. Requests are to be emailed to the CCBA office at CLJ@cumberlandbar.com. We regret any inconvenience this may have caused.
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Carlisle, PA 17013
Phone: (717) 249-3166
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