PRL318 - Criminal Practice
This course will provide a basic understanding of the substantive and procedural criminal law including due process, probable cause, statutory and case law authorities governing criminal law and the rules of criminal procedure. Students will also review the structure of the criminal courts system. This course provides application of the substantive law and procedural safeguards to a case study in representing either the state or a defendant in a criminal law proceeding.
Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisites: PRL302 and PRL304
Course Fees: $0.00