Criminal Procedure II: Adjudication

Course Description

Criminal Procedure II: Adjudication is an overview of how rules of criminal procedure, constitutional doctrine and practical concerns work in the real world during the prosecution of a criminal case from the first appearance to pretrial, trial, and post-conviction proceedings 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 typical criminal case and be able to identify the issues that must be pursued for effective representation and prosecution of an accused.

Current and Previous Instructors

Key to Codes in Course Descriptions

P: Prerequisite
C: Prerequisite or Concurrent Requirement
R: Recommended Prior or Concurrent Course

Currently Scheduled Sections

CRN: 99973

  • Fall '24
  • 2
  • 473
  • Thurs: 1:05-3:05

    Day

  • Douglas Colbert

  • 6 openings. (Limit 18).

CRN: 29248

  • Spring '25
  • 3
  • 473
  • Wed: 6:30-9:35

    Evening

  • Brian Levy

    David Gray

  • Enrollment Limit: 20

CRN: 29248

  • Spring '25
  • 3
  • 302
  • Tues: 10:25-11:50
    Thurs: 10:25-11:50

    Day

  • Brian Levy

    David Gray

  • Enrollment Limit: 30