CRJU 3110 - Criminal Procedure


A study of the nature and function of the law regulating the criminal processes, policies, and procedures in the administration of criminal justice. Special attention will be given to United States Supreme decisions.

Upon successful completion of the course students will be able to:

  1. Demonstrate an ability to communicate orally their understanding of criminal procedure.
  2. Demonstrate an understanding of provisions of the U.S. Constitution and Bill of Rights, as well as the values and legal judgments basic to American democracy.
  3. Analyze and understand issues important to the relationship between the police and the public, including police discretion and accountability.
  4. Demonstrate an understanding of issues of concern to law enforcement, including police culture and use of force.
  • Module 1: Course Orientation and Introduction to Criminal Procedure
  • Module 2: Searches, Seizures, and Stop & Frisks
  • Module 3: Probable Cause and Arrests, Search and Seizure of Property
  • Module 4: Regulatory Searches, Interrogations, and Confessions
  • Module 5: Identifications, Exclusionary Rule, and Entrapment
  • Module 6: Constitutional Violations and the Right to Counsel
  • Module 7: The Courtroom-Pretrial, Trial, Sentencing, and Appeals
  • Module 8: Final Project Period

Credit Hours

Criminal Justice


  • CRJU 1100

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