CRIM 331: Criminal Law

CRIM 331
Prereqs: Upper Division CRCJ major; CRCJ minor; or CRIM 101 and junior/senior standing; or instructor permission.
The means by which society attempts to use criminal law to prevent harm to society. Acts which are declared criminal and the punishment prescribed for committing those acts. Philosophies and rationales that have shaped current day substantive criminal law. English Common Law and the historic evolution of substantive criminal law from its early origins.
Credit Hours: 3
Course Format: Lecture 3
Course Delivery: Classroom


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