Course Information

Course Number

225

Credits

3

Area of Study & Practice

  • Constitutional Law and Civil Rights
  • Criminal Law and Procedure

Criminal Procedure: Adjudication

A study of the basic rules of criminal procedure, beginning with the institution of formal proceedings. Subjects to be covered include prosecutorial discretion, the preliminary hearing, the grand jury, criminal discovery, guilty pleas and plea bargaining, jury selection, pretrial publicity, double jeopardy, the right to counsel, and professional ethics in criminal cases.


Please note that course organization and content may vary substantially from semester to semester and descriptions are not necessarily professor specific. Please contact the instructor directly if you have particular course-related questions.

Sections/Instructors

Judge James C. Dever III
Criminal Procedure: Adjudication 225.01
Fall 2015

Judge James C. Dever III
Criminal Procedure: Adjudication 225.01
Spring 2014
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Judge James C. Dever III
Criminal Procedure: Adjudication 225.01
Spring 2013
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Judge James C. Dever III
Criminal Procedure: Adjudication 225.01
Spring 2012
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Judge James C. Dever III
Criminal Procedure: Adjudication 225.01
Spring 2011
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Judge James C. Dever III
Criminal Procedure: Adjudication 225.01
Spring 2010
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Robinson O. Everett, Judge James C. Dever III
Criminal Procedure: Adjudication 225.01
Spring 2009
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Robinson O. Everett
Criminal Procedure: Adjudication 225.01
Spring 2008
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Robinson O. Everett
Criminal Procedure: Adjudication 225.01
Spring 2007
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Robinson O. Everett
Criminal Procedure: Adjudication 225.01
Spring 2006

Robinson O. Everett
Criminal Procedure: Adjudication 225.01
Spring 2005

Robinson O. Everett
Criminal Procedure: Adjudication 225.01
Fall 2003

Robinson O. Everett
Criminal Procedure: Adjudication 225.01
Fall 2002