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CJUS 460 - The Constitution and Criminal Justice

The Constitution and Criminal Justice examines the criminal procedural foundations established by the fourth, fifth, sixth, and eighth amendments to the U.S. Constitution. Topics include an introduction to the Constitution, interpretation of the relevant provisions by the U.S. Supreme Court, implementation of these provisions in law enforcement and corrections, and exploration of contemporary issues surrounding the protection of individual rights.

CJUS 460 - The Constitution and Criminal Justice - Details

Prerequisite
None
Credits
3
Offered:
Fall