CRJ 1316 Criminal and Forensic Procedure

Prerequisite: CRJ 1301 and 6 additional hours of criminal justice or sociology. This course covers Texas specific Rules of Evidence and courtroom procedures such as cross-examination, how to get evidence in court and why. Using an understanding of correct forensic investigative procedures, students determine which evidence is admissible and which is not. The usual criminal procedure content, including constitutional criminal procedures such as searches, seizures, arrests, and analysis of problems encountered during police interrogation and interviewing are also covered.


3 Credits


Required: Take CRJ-1301. Required: Take 6 hours from subjects CRJ and SOC;