This course will examine the adjudication phase of the criminal process, beginning with the prosecutor's decision to charge and continuing through sentencing. Although the principal focus will be on the constitutional doctrines regulating the... (3 pts.)
This course will analyze the constitutional, statutory, procedural, systemic, and policy dimensions of capital punishment in the United States. The objectives of this course are fourfold. First, the course will introduce students to the historical, legal... Learn more
This course will examine the legal rules surrounding the investigation of crime. We will explore basic constitutional constraints imposed on law enforcement by the Fourth, Fifth, and Sixth Amendments, including constraints on search and seizure,... Learn more
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