LAW-2605 Constitutional Law and Criminal Procedure

Hon. Isaac Borenstein (Ret.), Prof. Frank Rudy Cooper, Prof. Jeffrey Pokorak,

3 credits day; 3 credits evening.

This course involves analysis and discussion of decisions in the area of intersection between the Constitution and the criminal process with special emphasis on arrest; search and seizure; privilege against self-incrimination; entrapment; pre-trial identification; bail; prosecutorial discretion; grand jury; professional responsibility; habeas corpus.

  Prerequisite: Constitutional Law

pointer    Elective Course

pointer    Meets Civil Litigation Concentration Requirements

pointer    Recommended for the Mass Bar

pointer    Final Exam Required

<<Course Updated: March 15, 2016>>