Court Procedures

Learners examine the court system to include the formation and design of the courts, the key roles of the courts, and the application of law in the courts. The differences between the federal and state systems are explored. The roles and authority of law enforcement, prosecutors, defense attorneys, and judges are investigated. A main focus is dissecting each stage of a criminal case from the initial arrest through the final appeal. Prerequisite: Admission to Criminal Justice-Studies program 105045

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Course: Court Procedures (62966)

Hybrid/In Person > 50% online
Location: Wisconsin Rapids
Duration: 8/23/2022 - 10/11/2022

Days & Time:

Tues: 9:00 AM - 11:50 AM

Facility:

E110 Classroom WR

Instructor:

Michael Topness

Tuition and Fees: $460.68

Out of State Tuition and Fees: $460.68

Status:Active Seats Available:2
Essential Class Information: This class uses various types of instruction. Blackboard is used for the online portion of instructi ...


Course: Court Procedures (62967)

Hybrid/In Person > 50% online
Location: Wisconsin Rapids
Duration: 8/23/2022 - 10/11/2022

Days & Time:

Tues: 1:00 PM - 3:50 PM

Facility:

E110 Classroom WR

Instructor:

Michael Topness

Tuition and Fees: $460.68

Out of State Tuition and Fees: $460.68

Status:Active Seats Available:4
Essential Class Information: This class uses various types of instruction. Blackboard is used for the online portion of instructi ...

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Law, Public Safety, and Security


Catalog #10504112
Undergraduate