CRJ-130 - Criminal Evidence

3 credits

An analytical study of the rules of evidence, including such general areas as relevancy and materiality, hearsay evidence, introduction of writings, competency and privilege ,and parole evidence rule. Probative matter legally presented at the trial of a criminal case is given special attention. Also examined are rules concerning the admission of evidence in such specific areas as search and seizure, pre-trial identification admission of confessions, electronic surveillance, presumptions and privileges.

Prerequisite(s): CRJ-101

Previously known as: LECJ-230