CJ 221 Criminal Procedure
U3EE 2012 MO
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Jul 2-Jul 29, 2012
5:00 - 7:30 PM
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Learning Outcomes: Core Learning Outcomes
Students will write an essay comparing and contrasting the approaches to criminal procedure by the U.S. Supreme Court under both Chief Justices Earl Warren and William Rehnquist. The essay should focus on their significant decisions and the effects they had on the balance between social order maintenance and individual liberties. The essay should address the effects of the Supreme Court’s decisions on law enforcement in the United States. Discuss the Supreme Court’s current approach to balancing civil liberties against public order maintenance.
The essay must include:
Link to Class RubricClass Assessment: Each week you will have regular learning activities:
Readings – Textbook and supplemental
Quizzes - Complete the quizzes in week 1 and 3.
Essays- Complete the required essay by Wednesday of week 4
Midterm Exam - Complete the midterm exam in Week 2.
100 pts each
Late Submission of Course Materials: Late submissions will not be accepted without the prior approval of the instructor.
Classroom Rules of Conduct:
Finally, come talk to me when you have questions, concerns, or suggestions about the class. It is less frustrating for both of us if you ask questions before the assignment is due, rather than after it has affected your performance.
Chapter 1: Individual Rights Under the United states Constitution
Chapter 2 Criminal Courts, Pretrial Processes, and Trials
Chapter 3 Basic Underlying Concepts: The Exclusionary Rule, Privacy, Probable Cause, and Reasonableness
Chapter 4 Criminal Investigatory Search Warrants Quiz Review
Chapter 5: Administrative Searches, Special Needs Searches, and Electronic Surveillance QUIZ
Chapter 6 Arrest
Chapter 7: Stops and Frisks
MID TERM REVIEW
Chapter 8: Searches Incident to Arrest and Protective Sweeps
Chapter 9: Consent Searches Quiz Review
Chapter 10: The Plain View Doctrine QUIZ
Chapter 11: Search and Seizure of Vehicles and Containers Chapter 12: Open Fields and Abandoned Property
Chapter 13: Interrogations, Admissions and Confessions
Chapter 14: Pretrial Visual Identification Procedures
REVIEW Essay assignments due: Criminal Procedure
Last Class: Final Exam
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