Dec 03, 2023  
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Criminal Procedure Applied Skills - LAWB 6234


Credits Hours: 2

The primary goal of this course is to provide students with practice-oriented writing assignments through which they will apply knowledge acquired in Criminal Procedure, Pretrial. Students will draft client correspondence, client interview questions, questions for direct examination, motions to suppress evidence, professional memoranda, and an appellate brief. Finally, students will make oral arguments based on their appellate briefs. In addition to honing students’ written and oral communication skills, the course should reinforce the students’ knowledge of the substantive law of criminal procedure.

Required: Elective
Practice Area: Criminal Law  General Practice  Practice Skills  
Prerequisites:  Criminal Procedure Pretrial Process - LAW 6301  Criminal Law - LAW 6317  



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