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Evidence and Trial Process (Fall 2021)
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- Distance Learning (Web Courses)
- Fall 2021 lasts from Monday, September 20, 2021 to Friday, December 3, 2021
- This course presents the origin, development, and constitutional basis for evidence used in legal proceedings. Technical and legal problems of evidence associated with the investigation of crimes and as viewed in the modern courtroom are presented. Aspects of procedural law directly related to evidence issues are reviewed. Case development and trial preparation are emphasized through mock trial exercises. The Criminal Justice Program seeks to prepare students for criminal justice related careers and for advanced study in the field. CJ223 Evidence and Trial Process is a college-level transfer course and serves as a core requirement for students majoring in criminal justice seeking to fulfill requirements in their program of study. The course is also available to non-majors seeking a general elective course of interest.
- Web classes: Offered as a Web-based class over the Internet. Information about Web-based classes and required orientations can be found at https://roguecc.blackboard.com. All online teachers expect students to participate in the class by Wednesday of the first week of the term. Students not participating during the first week may be subject to administrative drop. Check the syllabus and course orientation for participation requirements. Students may be required to have a web cam and audio capabilities on their computer for online courses.
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