Curriculum

Criminal Procedure II

Credits: 3.00
Faculty: Alafair Burke, Gerald Shargel, Michael Cahill, Neil Cohen, Stacy Caplow

Prerequisites: Criminal Law and Constitutional Law

This course examines the manner in which a criminal proceeding is initiated and the conduct of a criminal case in court. Topics covered include right to counsel, arraignment and preliminary hearings, commitment or release on bail or recognizance, the grand jury, discovery and disclosure, plea bargaining, defendant's right to a speedy trial, jury selection, joinder and double jeopardy. Particular attention is given to the role and ethical obligations of prosecutors and defense counsel.

Grading and Method of Evaluation

Letter grade with pass/fail option. Final exam.