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PSCI 240 Criminal Procedure and Constitutional Principles

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  • Spring 2022
    Edward L. Fiandach
    Spring 2022 — MW 16:50 - 18:05
    Course Syllabus

    Through analysis of the Constitution and the Bill of Rights, we examine criminal procedure as elaborated by federal and state court decisions. Topics include arrest procedures, search and seizure, right to counsel, and police interrogation and confessions. We will discuss the theoretical principles of criminal procedure and the application of those principles to the actual operation of the criminal court system.

  • Spring 2021
    Edward L. Fiandach
    Spring 2021 — MW 16:50 - 18:05
    Course Syllabus

    Through analysis of the Constitution and the Bill of Rights, we examine criminal procedure as elaborated by federal and state court decisions. Topics include arrest procedures, search and seizure, right to counsel, and police interrogation and confessions. We will discuss the theoretical principles of criminal procedure and the application of those principles to the actual operation of the criminal court system.

  • Spring 2020
    Edward L. Fiandach
    Spring 2020 — MW 16:50 - 18:05
    Course Syllabus

    Through analysis of the Constitution and the Bill of Rights, we examine criminal procedure as elaborated by federal and state court decisions. Topics include arrest procedures, search and seizure, right to counsel, and police interrogation and confessions. We will discuss the theoretical principles of criminal procedure and the application of those principles to the actual operation of the criminal court system.

  • Spring 2019
    Edward L. Fiandach
    Spring 2019 — MW 16:50 - 18:05

    Through analysis of the Constitution and the Bill of Rights, we examine criminal procedure as elaborated by federal and state court decisions. Topics include arrest procedures, search and seizure, right to counsel, and police interrogation and confessions. We will discuss the theoretical principles of criminal procedure and the application of those principles to the actual operation of the criminal court system.

  • Spring 2018
    Edward L. Fiandach
    Spring 2018 — MW 16:50 - 18:05
    Course Syllabus

    Through analysis of the Constitution and the Bill of Rights, we examine criminal procedure as elaborated by federal and state court decisions. Topics include arrest procedures, search and seizure, right to counsel, and police interrogation and confessions. We will discuss the theoretical principles of criminal procedure and the application of those principles to the actual operation of the criminal court system.

  • Spring 2017
    Edward L. Fiandach
    Spring 2017 — MW 16:40 - 18:05
    Course Syllabus

    Through analysis of the Constitution and the Bill of Rights, we examine criminal procedure as elaborated by federal and state court decisions. Topics include arrest procedures, search and seizure, right to counsel, and police interrogation and confessions. We will discuss the theoretical principles of criminal procedure and the application of those principles to the actual operation of the criminal court system.

  • Spring 2016
    Edward L. Fiandach
    Spring 2016 — MW 16:50 - 18:05
    Course Syllabus

    Through analysis of the Constitution and the Bill of Rights, we examine criminal procedure as elaborated by federal and state court decisions. Topics include arrest procedures, search and seizure, right to counsel, and police interrogation and confessions. We will discuss the theoretical principles of criminal procedure and the application of those principles to the actual operation of the criminal court system.

  • Spring 2015
    Edward L. Fiandach
    Spring 2015 — MW 16:50 - 18:05
    Course Syllabus

    Through analysis of the Constitution and the Bill of Rights, we examine criminal procedure as elaborated by federal and state court decisions. Topics include arrest procedures, search and seizure, right to counsel, and police interrogation and confessions. We will discuss the theoretical principles of criminal procedure and the application of those principles to the actual operation of the criminal court system.

  • Spring 2014
    Edward L. Fiandach
    Spring 2014 — MW 16:50 - 18:05
    Course Syllabus

    Through analysis of the Constitution and the Bill of Rights, we examine criminal procedure as elaborated by federal and state court decisions. Topics include arrest procedures, search and seizure, right to counsel, and police interrogation and confessions. We will discuss the theoretical principles of criminal procedure and the application of those principles to the actual operation of the criminal court system.

  • Spring 2013
    Edward L. Fiandach
    Spring 2013 — MW 16:50 - 18:05

    Through analysis of the Constitution and the Bill of Rights, we examine criminal procedure as elaborated by federal and state court decisions. Topics include arrest procedures, search and seizure, right to counsel, and police interrogation and confessions. We will discuss the theoretical principles of criminal procedure and the application of those principles to the actual operation of the criminal court system.

  • Spring 2012
    Edward L. Fiandach
    Spring 2012 — MW 16:50 - 18:05

    Through analysis of the Constitution and the Bill of Rights, we examine criminal procedure as elaborated by federal and state court decisions. Topics include arrest procedures, search and seizure, right to counsel, and police interrogation and confessions. We will discuss the theoretical principles of criminal procedure and the application of those principles to the actual operation of the criminal court system.

  • Spring 2011
    Edward L. Fiandach
    Spring 2011 — MW 16:50 - 18:05
    Course Syllabus

    Through analysis of the Constitution and the Bill of Rights, we examine criminal procedure as elaborated by federal and state court decisions. Topics include arrest procedures, search and seizure, right to counsel, and police interrogation and confessions. We will discuss the theoretical principles of criminal procedure and the application of those principles to the actual operation of the criminal court system.

  • Spring 2010
    Edward L. Fiandach
    Spring 2010 — MW 16:50 - 18:05
    Course Syllabus

    Through analysis of the Constitution and the Bill of Rights, we examine criminal procedure as elaborated by federal and state court decisions. Topics include arrest procedures, search and seizure, right to counsel, and police interrogation and confessions. We will discuss the theoretical principles of criminal procedure and the application of those principles to the actual operation of the criminal court system.