Criminal Procedure II is an overview of how rules of criminal procedure, constitutional doctrine and practical concerns work in the real world to shape the day-to-day operation of the criminal justice system. It will be taught from a practitioner’s point of view, focusing on the Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure. The course emphasizes interaction, with in-class presentations and extensive discussion. By the conclusion of the course students should be familiar with the steps in a simple criminal case and be able to identify the issues that must be pursued for effective representation.
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|547B (CRN: 27336) Credits: 3|
Spring, 2018 (Day).
Mon, Wed: 10:25-11:50
30 openings. (Limit 50). See course waitlist.