Catalog Year : 2019-20


Criminology

Criminology


CRIM 2274 E01 - American Criminal Courts
Credits: 3.00
This course introduces students to the history, traditions, and philosophy of criminal courts in America. It focuses on the organizational structures of the courts at the local, state, and federal levels. Students will learn about the various legal actors(e.g., judges, prosecutors, defense attorneys) and the roles they play in the courtroom. Finally, this course examines the nature of criminal law and the procedures that must be followed when defendants enter the judicial system from arraignment to sentencing.

Lecture: 3.00
College: College of Social Sciences
Department: Criminology
Campus Distance Learning Technology
Start Date JUN 28, 2019 End Date JUL 25, 2019
Days Taught TBA Time of Day TBA Location Intnet - INTERNET BASED COURSE TBA
Instructor(s):Kelley Renee Christopher Open Seats:3 of 30 as of 01/27/2020 08:50:23
Additional Information: Instructional Method: Entirely at a distance (E)
    100% online. No face to face meetings required.
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