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CJL 2500 Section 13220 - Explaining the American Court System

This course will provide students with an understanding of the court system. Students will study the abilities courts have to regulate our lives, shape what is acceptable and what is forbidden. Students will also study how the court system works to avoid violating people's rights and liberties. This course covers topics such as the role of courts in modern society, pressure on the courts and how that pressure is handled, various levels of courts, professionals who work in the system, the role of the victim, rights of the defendant and a step-by-step program to show how a case works its way through the court system.

No corequisites or prerequisites
Terms Offered: Fall
Credits: 3.00

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Courses Offered For Fall 2012
TermClassDelivery MethodCampusRoomStatusStart DateEnd DateProfessorStart TimeEnd TimeDaysBookSylb.
A13220DL OnlineSLM Closed08/2710/19BeckstromTextbook InformationView Syllabus

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