Criminal Procedure: Investigation

Details

Course Code:
LAW 2002
Units:
4
Grading:
Law Honors/Pass/Restrd Cr/Fail

Description

(Formerly Law 312) The law school offers two survey courses dealing with constitutional criminal procedure. "Criminal Adjudication" covers the formal pretrial and trial processes, including the right of counsel, prosecutorial charging criteria, grand juries, bail, speedy trial, discovery, plea bargaining, trial by jury, and double jeopardy. This course, "Criminal Investigation," covers police investigation in the form of searches and seizures, interrogations, lineups, and undercover operations, and hence examines the Fourth and Fifth (and, to a limited extent, the Sixth) Amendment rules regulating the police in these endeavors. It also incorporates some of the federal laws governing electronic communications and privacy. Students may take both Criminal Investigation and Criminal Adjudication. (There is, of course, no requirement to do so.) Elements used in grading: Final exam (in-school, open book), plus small adjustments for exceptional class participation.

Current Offerings

2016-2017 Autumn

Criminal Procedure: Investigation LAW 2002 Section 01 Class #29234

  • 4 Units

Notes: In-class Final.

Past Offerings

2015-2016 Autumn

Criminal Procedure: Investigation LAW 312 Section 01 Class #15208

  • 4 Units

Notes: In-class Final.

2014-2015 Autumn

Criminal Procedure: Investigation LAW 312 Section 01 Class #29561

  • 4 Units

Notes: In-class Final.

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