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Number:CJ202
Name:Criminal Law
Description:This course is a review of substantive criminal law theory and specific elements common to index offenses. This course will offer a brief synopsis of the historical development of penal codes, as well as application of the Model Penal Code. Special emphasis will include a review of established defenses to criminal liability such as the insanity, self-defense and diminished capacity defenses.
Credit(s):3
Offered (DAY schedule):Fall semester
Instructor Permission Required:N
Pre-Requisite(s): CJ121
or permission of instructor

Course Objectives

Upon completion of this course, students will be able to: Work with and apply the criminal code and the Model Penal Code Explain the theory behind defenses such as insanity and diminished capacity

Books Previously Used in this Course

Term Year Title ISBN Author Edition Publisher
S 2013 Criminal Law, Version 1.0-Access 1-4533-3129-8 Storm, Lisa 2012 Flat World Knowledge
S 2011 CRIMINAL LAW 0-495-39089-5 GARDNER 10 WAD
S 2011 CRIMINAL LAW 0-495-91337-5 GARDNER 11 CENGAGE LEA
S 2010 CRIMINAL LAW 0-495-39089-5 GARDNER 10 WAD
S 2009 CRIMINAL LAW 0-495-39089-5 GARDNER 10 CENGAGE LEARNING
F 2008 CRIMINAL LAW BUNDLE 0-495-66599-1 GARDNER CENGAGE LEARNING
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