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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 postconviction processes, and historical and contemporary challenges to judicial branch authority. Offered fall and winter semesters. Prerequisite: CJ 201.

Credits: 3

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