House Bill 2504 Spring 2011 Course Syllabus CRIJ-2323-01 (Legal Aspects Law Enforce)
Spring 2011 Course Syllabus
CRIJ-2323-01 (Legal Aspects Law Enforce)
|Instructor||Turkel, Richard Ellis|
|Course ID #||10443|
|Course Title||Legal Aspects Law Enforce|
|Course Description||Legal Aspects of Law Enforcemnt|
|Course Prerequisites||Basic Skills competency in reading required|
|Required Textbooks||Criminal Procedure, 8th Edition, Samaha, Wadsworth-Cengage, ISBN 978-0-495-91335-1|
1. The ability to employ appropriate methods, technologies and data that social behavioral scientists use to investigate the human condition.
2. The ability to examine social institutions and processes.
3. The ability to use and critique alternative explanatory systems or theories.
4. The ability to differentiate and analyze historical evidence and differing point of view.
5. The ability to analyze. Critically assess, and develop creative solutions to public policy problems.
6. The ability to recognize and assume one’s responsibility as a citizen in a democratic society by learning to think for oneself, by engaging in public discourse, and by obtaining information through the news media and other appropriate information sources about politics and public policy.
7. The ability to identify and understand differences and commonalities within diverse cultures.
|Major Assignments||Daily case assignments are presented in the syllabus hand-out to all students. Exam schedule is: 1 February 24, 2 April 19, 3 May 05.|
This course will focus on the relationship between the American court system and the criminal justice system. You should have ability too identify, verbally communicate and understand issues related to:
1. Crime Control in a Constitutional Democracy
2. Criminal Procedure and the Constitution.
3. The Definition of Searches and Seizures
4. Stop and Frisk
5. Seizure of Persons
6. Searches for Evidence
7. Special Needs Searches
8. Self Incrimination
9. Identification procedures
10. Remedies for constitutional violations, the exclusionary rule and entrapment.
11. Court proceedings pre and post trial.
12. Criminal procedure in crises times
|Attendance Policy||Research has shown a cause and effect relationship between attendance and college success. Students who miss more than 3 class hours are subject to being dropped by the instructor. The student is required to meet with the instructor at this time to discuss attendance and class progress. Students who are more than 10 minutes tardy will be marked with 1/2 hours absence for that class period. Students who are more than 20 minutes late will be marked with 1 hour absent for that class period. Students with more than 3 hours absence will loss 1 point on their final grade for each class-hour absent.|
|Determination of Final Grade||Exams 50%; Class Work/Ride Along 30%, Final Exam 20%|
|Final Exam Date||May 17, 2011 - 11:00 AM|
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