Constitutional and Criminal Law Procedure – Introduction 1-Hour


Course Description

This lecture reviews four foundations of criminal procedure that help explain Supreme Court decisions: (1st) the context of criminal procedure, including the criminal justice apparatus, the ideologies that infuse the rules with meaning, and the political background that shape judicial decisions; (2nd) Legal fundamentals, including the definition and classification of law, the court system, federalism, and the special role of the United States Supreme Court; (3rd) an overview of the United States Constitution, with an emphasis on its criminal justice provisions; and (4th) the incorporation doctrine, which is how the Bill of Rights came to be applied to state and local government.

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