(Formerly Law 312) The law school offers two survey courses dealing with constitutional criminal procedure. This course, "Criminal Investigation," covers the constitutional restrictions on police investigations, especially searches, seizures, and interrogations. "Criminal Adjudication" covers the rules governing judicial proceedings following arrest or formal criminal charges. Neither course is a prerequisite for the other. Grades in this class will be based on an in-class, partial open-book final exam.
Criminal Procedure: Investigation LAW 2002 Section 01 Class #31265
Notes: In-class Final. Open to First-Year JD Students.
- In-class Final
- Self Scheduled
- Room: Room 290