375 Syllabus 2012

375 Syllabus 2012 - Law of Criminal Evidence CJA 375,...

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Law of Criminal Evidence CJA 375, Spring 2012 Wednesday’s 6PM – 8:45PM Muliprp Rm #201 James R, CLUPHF, J.D. Phone: 428-4832 Office: L165 Email:jamescluphf1@u.bosiestate.edu Office hours: Wed 4:00pm-6pm REQUIRED TEXTBOOK: Course Description: A comprehensive study of the rules of evidence within the substantive and procedure context of the American criminal law tradition. By end of the semester you will understand the following: 1. Understand what the rules are and how they are used to assist judges and attorneys in the presentation of cases in court. 2. Learn what responsibilities the prosecutors and criminal defense attorneys have when presenting or objecting to the presentation of evidence. 3. Duties of witness who present evidence by way of testimony or reports in court. Evaluations and Grading: Evaluations are based on three-in-class examinations and twelve quizzes. These examinations will be used to assess your competence in understanding the material
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This note was uploaded on 01/24/2012 for the course CJ 375 taught by Professor Jimcluphf during the Spring '12 term at Boise State.

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