Criminal Procedure I

JURI Number: 
4460
Credit Hours: 
3
Course Description: 

 

A study of criminal process rights that apply during the interaction between law enforcement and individual suspects.  The emphasis is on the the privilege against self-incrimination, the right to be free from unreasonable search and seizure, due process, the right to counsel and other rights that are implicated during the investigation, stop, arrest and interrogation stages of a law enforcement  investigation, typically prior to formal prosecution. 

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