Description
Constitutional Law
In this course, learners will show the structure of the criminal justice system, identify situations where constitutional rules are applicable, identify situations where an officer may use reasonable suspicion to contact a subject, identify the elements of a lawful arrest, identify search-related activities where the 4th amendment is not applicable, identify the requirements that pertain to search warrants, analyze exceptions to the search warrant requirement, identify the special requirements for searching disabled persons and strip searches, identify the legal requirements for obtaining confessions and statements, and analyze the relationship between law enforcement actions and the admissibility of evidence in court. Prerequisite: 10-504-902.
Details
Grading Basis
Official
Units
3
Offering
Course
CRIMJUST 10504901
Academic Group
Associate Degree
Academic Organization
Protective Services
Enrollment Requirements
Pre-Requisite: Criminal Law, 10-504-902
Typically Offered
Fall, Spring