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PUB 528 - Criminal Justice and the Constitution.


Graduate standing; POL 120  or consent of instructor. (3).

Constitutional question involving the process of law and the procedural rights of the accused. Court decisions related to searches and seizures, wire-tapping and electronic eavesdropping, the law of arrest, police interrogations and confessions, right to counsel, double jeopardy. Students deliver oral arguments and prepare briefs of pending and simulated court cases. Also listed as POL 528 . Offered infrequently.



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