(Prerequisites: CRJ 2000 Introduction to Criminal Justice, or
equivalent; CRJ 3601 Criminal Law, or equivalent)
This course examines the principles and practice of analysis
of significant cases and trends in American constitutional law,
with an emphasis in criminal justice, including search and
seizure, arrest, and civil rights as well as the judiciary, first
amendment, due process, and the judicial system.
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