AOJ-358 Courts and Criminal Procedures
Courts and Criminal Procedures provides a thorough understanding of criminal law concepts and procedures, beginning with their historical basis in the Constitution. Students will examine the complex relationship between public order (crime control) and individual rights (due process). They will trace the flow of a criminal case from the time the crime is committed all the way to the U.S. Supreme Court, identifying key players, their roles, their interrelationships, and the critical decisions they make. Throughout, students will examine criminal procedure in relation to landmark court decisions.
Semester Hours: 3
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