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CRJS 2304 (3-3-0) Fundamentals of Criminal Law
A study of the legal system of the United States as it applies to criminal procedure and due process of law; emphasis on Supreme Court interpretations of constitutional rights and protection of an individual accused of a crime. This course may not be used to satisfy any general studies requirements for Social Sciences. Fall, Spring.
Prerequisite: CRJS 1301 or CRJS 1302 (S-L) or POLS 2301.