CRJ-200 - Criminal Law 1

3 credits

This course explores and examines the substantive law of crimes, including the general and special areas of criminal laws. Of special interest is a survey of crimes against the person, crimes against property, parties to crimes, defenses based on justification, and the nature of the criminal act and conduct. Emphasis is placed on analysis of elements of particular crimes, offenses, and punishments through an examination of the statutes and case example.

Prerequisite(s): DRG 092 or DWT 099 (minimum grade of C-) or placement at higher level on the reading or writing placement tests. CRJ 101 

Previously known as: LECJ-300