Law 635: Criminal Procedure I: Investigation
School of Law
A study of constitutional restrictions on criminal investigative practice which typically precede institutional formal judicial proceedings, with special emphasis upon search and seizure, interrogation, right to counsel at the pretrail stage and operation of the exclusionary rule.
3 - 4 Credits
- Lecture: Lecture for Law 635
- Lecture: Web-based Lecture for Law 635
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