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01:202:309 Criminal Law: Theory and Practice
Description: The Model Penal Code and various state statures will be examined to provide foundational understanding of criminal law, particularly sentencing procedures and related jurisprudential issues. Emphasis will be placed on the offense categories of rape and homicide. Topics will include how guilt is established, justification of punishment, and defining criminal conduct.
 
Prerequisites: 01:202:201
Course Synopsis:

Professor NETTL:The Model Penal Code and various state statures will be examined to provide foundational understanding of criminal law, including  sentencing procedures and related jurisprudential issues.  Topics will include how guilt is established, justification of punishment, and defining criminal conduct.  There will be discussions on the practical practices of criminal law both from a defense and prosecutorial/police side.

 
Current Syllabus: Fall 2017 NETTL
Previous Syllabi:

Spring 2017 NETTL
Spring 2017 LAVINE
Fall 2016 NETTL

Fall 2016 LAVINE
Spring 2016 LAVINE

Fall 2015 HINDS

Spring 2015 LAVINE

Fall 2014 HINDS
Spring 2014 HINDS

Fall 2013 HINDS
Spring 2013 HINDS
Fall 2012 HINDS
Spring 2012 HINDS
Fall 2011 HINDS
Spring 2011 HINDS
Fall 2010 HINDS

 

 


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