Criminal Procedure: Adjudication

Law 225






The pre-trial, trial, and post-trial phase of the criminal justice process. Topics will be chosen from the following: Prosecutorial discretion; grand jury; preliminary hearing; pre-trial release and detention; discovery; the defense pleading; guilty pleas; jury trial; double jeopardy; right to confrontation; compulsory process; jury deliberations and verdict; sentencing; and appeal.

Criminal Procedure: Investigation

Please note that Criminal Procedure: Investigation is not a prerequisite for this course.

E. Muller

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