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CCJ 413 - Law of Criminal Procedures


4 credits
Examines the balance between individual and societal rights. Explores the limitations of governmental actions as provided by state and federal constitutions, statutes, and case law with regard to criminal investigations (search, seizure, confessions, and interrogations), pretrial procedures (plea bargaining, grand juries, and preliminary hearings), and trial procedures (right to counsel, juries, bail, and appellate procedures). Prerequisite(s): Studenst must have completed all lower-division CCJ required courses.
Grade mode designated on a CRN basis each term. Students should consult current term schedule.



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