CRJ 3301: Judicial Process


This course provides students with an overview of the criminal justice system and its processes. It examines the courtroom work group, the trial process, and challenges to the process. It also provides an overview of the juvenile court system.


  1. Describe how laws are created.
  2. Define terms related to criminal courts.
  3. Analyze the relationship between the law and the court system.
  4. Analyze the court process from the committing of a crime through post convictions.
  5. Explain how the court system operates.
  6. Differentiate the people involved in the court system.
  7. Describe the history of criminal courts.
  8. Examine juvenile courts.




Courts and criminal justice in America (Rev: 2)

Publisher: Pearson (2015)
Author: Siegel, L. J., Schmalleger, F., & Worrall, J. L.
ISBN: 978-0-13-345999-9
Price: (No information available)

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