LSTD302 Criminal Law (3 semester hours)

This course familiarizes the student with the basic law, procedures and rules that govern the criminal justice system in America. It is designed to produce students who can understand, appreciate and discuss the benefits and problems with the criminal justice system in America today. The students will become conversant with the Bill of Rights, basic criminal law terminology and procedures. The course emphasizes the principles of criminal liability and the acts, mental state, and attendant circumstances that are necessary ingredients in crimes against persons or property or in offenses involving theft, fraud, drugs, morality and decency, public peace, or public justice.

Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice - Momentum

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...and Procedures CMRJ303 - Criminology LSTD301 - Constitutional Law LSTD302 - Criminal Law LSTD400 - Criminal Legal Process CMRJ302...