Criminal Procedure - Minnesota Practice (3804)

Emphasizing Minnesota practice, this course examines from a prosecution and defense perspective the problems and tactics arising during the stages of a criminal proceeding, including preparation of a case, pretrial release, evidentiary issues, defenses, the trial, plea negotiations and sentencing alternatives, post-conviction remedies, and procedure and sample pleadings throughout the course. Limited enrollment.

Grading: Paper. (Cannot be used to satisfy the Advanced Writing and Research Requirement.)

Prerequisite(s): Criminal Law or Criminal Law: Statutory Interpretation, Constitutional Criminal Procedure.

Credits: 2

Offered: Fall/Spring

Categories:
Elective

Subject Areas:
Criminal Law:: edit ::

Taught by: Rachel Bond Benjamin Butler Theodora Gaitas

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