CJ 105 Criminal Law
F2LL 2006 LR
Volpe, Joe J.
F2 LL 2006
6:00 - 9:00 PM
Criminal Law Today: An Introduction with Capstone Cases, 3rd edition, 2006
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Class Assessment: The course will consist of two examinations; one midterm exam and one final exam.
Grading: Each examination will be worth 100 points.
Course Topic/Dates/Assignments: Week One Class 1 (M) - Introduction and Course Overview Nature and History of Criminal Law Reading assignment - Chapter 1 Class 2(W) - Nature and History of Criminal Law, Cont. Reading assignment – Chapter 1 Class 3 (M) Criminal Liability and the Essence of Crime Reading assignment- Chapter 2 Class 4 (W) Expanding the Concept of Crime Reading assignment-Chapter 3 Class 5 (M) Expanding the Concept of Crime, Cont. Reading assignment-Chapter 3 Class 6 (W) Inchoate Offense and Parties to Crime Reading assignment - Chapter 4 Class 7 (M) Parties to Crime Reading assignment-Chapter 4 Class 8 (W)Justification as Defenses Reading assignment-Chapter 5 & 6 Class 9 (M) Excuses as Defenses Reading assignment-Chapter 5 & 6 Class 10 (W) **MIDTERM EXAMINATION Chapters 1-6 Class 11 (M) Insanity as a Defense Reading assignment – Chapter 7 Class 12(W) Homicide Reading assignment – Chapter 8 Class 13(M) Crimes Against Persons Reading assignment – Chapter 9 Class 14 (W) Computer Crimes, Public Order Offenses, Crimes Against Morality Reading assignment – Chapter 10, 11, 12 Class 15 (M) Punishment & Sentencing Reading assignment – Chapter 14 Chapters 7-14 Class 16 (W) **FINAL EXAMINATION
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