Catalog Number
10504112
Credits
3.00
Description

Learners examine the court system to include how the system has evolved, the theories that developed our legal system, and how the law is truly applied in court. A main focus is dissecting each stage of a criminal case from the initial arrest through the final appeal. The roles and authority of law enforcement, prosecutors, defense attorneys, and judges are explored. Prerequisite: Admission to Criminal Justice-Studies program 105045 or Corrections & Community Advocacy program 105047. Corequisite: English Composition 1 10801136

Requirements
012291

Prerequisite: Admission to Criminal Justice-Studies program 105045 or Corrections & Community Advocacy program 105047. Corequisite: English Composition 1 10801136

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