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CJT 160: Criminal Justice Constitutional Law

This course is a comprehensive examination of key provisions of the US Constitution, with emphasis on those areas affecting the rights and privileges of individual citizens (e.g. those imparting procedural law). A historical approach is adopted to give students a complete understanding of the mutable nature of the Constitution and those factors which impact it. This course was previously CJT 112.

Level I Prereq: Academic Reading and Writing Levels of 6

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