CRIM 514: Legal and Ethical Issues in Criminal Justice
CRIM 514-DL1: Legal & Ethical Issues in CJ
07:20 PM to 08:35 PM R
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Course Information from the University Catalog
Legal and ethical issues in the making and administration of criminal justice policy in the United States. Covers the legal framework governing each issue, competing values influencing policies and practice, and the history of legal reforms in the criminal justice system. Recurrent underlying themes are legalized discretion, gender and racial equality, due process, and procedural justice. May not be repeated for credit.
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