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CJ 340 - Courts Process

An examination of the federal, state, and juvenile court systems in the United States, emphasizing comparison of civil and criminal court systems; the roles and responsibilities of the legal actors; the dynamics of courthouse justice from pretrial through post-conviction processes; and historical and contemporary challenges to judicial branch authority. Offered fall and winter semesters. Prerequisite: CJ 201.

Credits: 3

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