CJ 345 Overview
Criminal Procedure is the “how” of the criminal justice system -- the body of rules that guide the conduct of criminal justice officials from the point of contact between a police officer and a defendant to the time at which a convicted offender is sentenced or acquitted by a judge or jury. Discussions will include relevant case law and principles of federal and state law, emphasizing an analysis of constitutional law concerning the Fourth, Fifth, Sixth, Eighth and Fourteenth Amendments of the United States Constitution. Prerequisite: SC 101 and sophomore standing.
- 3.00 Credits