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Criminal Law

Course Abbreviation: 
PSLFY 910
Credits: 
3
Credit Only: N Anon Gr: Y

This course deals with what is called substantive criminal law, i.e., crimes. Numerous crimes such as homicide, theft, and conspiracy are examined, and defenses such as self-defense and insanity are scrutinized. A primary focus of the course is the utilization and interpretation of criminal statutes.

Prerequisites: 
None
Faculty: 
Susan Beth Farmer,
Kit Kinports,
Victor Romero,
Katrice Bridges Copeland,