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- D class assignments available; phone (213) 821-5916.
Sources and structure of law; history of Bill of Rights emphasizing effect on criminal justice system; limits of law in solving problems in American society.
- Note: Register for lecture and one discussion
|02600R||001||Lecture||2:00-3:50pm||Monday||2 of 80||LAW1|
|02601R||001||Discussion||1:00-1:50pm||Monday||1 of 26||VKC257|
|02602R||001||Discussion||4:00-4:50pm||Monday||1 of 25||VKC100|
Explores issues of responsibility and credibility. Intentional and unintentional behavior. Clinical biases. Topics include witness credibility, confessions, cults, hostages, battered persons, and repressed memories.
|02615R||001||Lecture||3:30-6:20pm||Wednesday||1 of 60||LAW130|
Examination of the capacity of the criminal justice process to produce accurate verdicts. Application of psychological research on witnesses, detectives, suspects, judges and jurors. Recommended preparation: PSYC-100.
|02625R||001||Lecture||3:30-6:20pm||Monday||0 of 40||VPDLL101|
An examination of debates and controversies surrounding the nature and scope of civil rights and civil liberties. Recommended preparation: POSC 340 or POSC 440
- Crosslist: This course is offered by the POSC department but may qualify for major credit in LAW. To register, enroll in POSC 444.
|52144R||001||Lecture||2:00-4:50pm||Tuesday||2 of 40||Alison Dundes Renteln||VKC101|