Gain the tools to help you recognize issues at the forefront of criminal justice. Professor Jim Coleman to provide a brief overview of criminal procedure and postconviction practice followed by a tutorial on the pitfalls of eyewitness testimony. All students welcome. Non-pizza lunch served. For more information, contact Eric Eisenberg at email@example.com.
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