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Prerequisite: Criminal Procedure I; Evidence; and Crim or Civ Trial Advocacy or Crim Justice Clinic
This course focuses on a prosecutor’s role in a gang homicide case from the discovery of the victim up to and through prosecution and sentencing of co-defendants. Students are exposed to the day-to-day work of local prosecutors and essential skills and motions filed by prosecutors in the context of a gang case. Criminal Procedure, Evidence, and either Criminal or Civil Trial Advocacy or the Criminal Justice Clinic’s prosecution clinic are prerequisites for this course.
Textbooks and Other Materials
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STUDENTS WILL BE REQUIRED TO PURCHASE COURSE READER FROM ROOM 465
First Class Readings
Not available at this time.
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