|CJS 1100||3 Quarter Hours|
|Description||Presents the definition of common crimes and criminal responsibility. Addresses moral, philosophical, constitutional, and public policy considerations in the use of criminal sanctions to regulate conduct. Focusing on particular criminal law concepts, offers students an opportunity to develop the ability to identify them in a complex fact pattern and discuss their implications and ramifications. Requires the logical application of legal principles to factual situations and case briefing. Prereq. CJS 1110.|
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