The course will address group criminality and accountability for the acts of others, as well as specific topics of criminal liability within the corporate framework, the liability of corporate agents, and the law of criminal conspiracy. The course also will examine grand jury practice and procedure, including the parameters of the Fifth Amendment and the attorney-client privilege. Special attention will be given to money laundering, racketeering, computer crimes, and securities and financial crimes and the practice of parallel investigatory proceedings by criminal and civil investigatory agencies with respect to such crimes. The relationship between the federal and state prosecutorial and judicial systems will be considered, as well as the ethical duties of both prosecutors and defense counsel.
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|578C (CRN: 96372) Credits: 3|
Fall, 2013 (Day).
Tues, Thurs: 9:50-11:15