JM 704.704 - Judicial Process II (Criminal law & procedure), 3 credits (January 22nd to April 13th, 2008)
(JM 704.704)

Overview of criminal law and procedure. Diverse view points of major issues in management of criminal matters. Processing cases from arraignment to parole. In this survey course students will learn about the history and development of criminal law. Elements of specific crimes will be covered in the context of statutory interpretation and the application of case law. Criminal procedure will be covered as a distinct subject and will be illustrated in the context of following a case from arraignment to parole.

Offered: January 22nd to April 13th, 2008


 
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Justice Management Program - School of Social Research and Justice Studies
University of Nevada, Reno | Mail Stop 311 | Reno, NV 89557
Phone (775) 682-7975 | justmgmt@unr.edu