CRJ 258 Criminal Procedure

An intensive study and analysis of the United States Constitution and an examination of judicial interpretations of it. Particular attention is placed on the Supreme Court's decisions and impact on criminal justice processes and procedures with respect to arrest, search and seizure, interrogation and confessions, assistance of counsel and freedom of speech. Prerequisite: CRJ 101 and 113. Three lecture hours per week. Competency met: Ethical Dimensions (7.0) 3 credits Fall

3 credits
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