Designed mainly for the student majoring in Criminal Justice. Deals with the principles and rules of law emphasizing evidentiary problems related to criminal cases. An introduction and overview of the court process and problems related to the fact finding process of juries. Explores the courtroom procedures as they relate to evidence and its uses in the courtroom, with emphasis upon the introduction of evidence and the rules pertaining thereto. Students will understand the value of the rules of evidence in the law and be able to understand and apply them to fact scenarios. Prerequisite/Restriction: CJ 1010 is highly recommended. Campus: USU-CEU only Semester(s) Traditionally Offered: Fall, Spring
Proctored tests are required for this course. Additional fees may apply.
|Dates||Fall 2019 | 8/26/19 - 12/13/19|
|Times||TR 10:30 AM - 11:45 AM
|Seats Available||120 of 150 Available|
|Waitlist Available||100 of 100 Available|
|Tooele||47525||Tooele Center (164)|
|Brigham City||47526||To Be Determined|
|Logan||47527||Distance Education (013)|
|Moab||47528||To Be Determined|
|Southwest *||47529||To Be Determined|
|Uintah Basin||47530||Bingham Center (129)|
|Uintah Basin||47530||Roosevelt Classroom Building (101)|
|USU Eastern-Blanding||47531||To Be Determined|
|USU Eastern-Price||56692||Central Instruction Building (216)|
* Not all courses designated "southwest" are available at every Southwest location. Speak with a southwest advisor to confirm availability.