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  Nov 21, 2017
 
2011-2012 School of Law Catalog archived

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LAW 539 - Criminal Justice Clinic.


Students in the Criminal Justice Clinic represent poor clients facing criminal charges in trial-level state courts. In addition to appearing at court hearings, including trials and sentencing hearings, CJC students represent clients at each stage of the criminal trial process, including factual investigation, legal research, and plea negotiations. The Clinic also contains a classroom component in which students learn substantive law and procedure, as well as trial skills. Permission of the instructor is required; limited enrollment. A student enrolled in the course may not simultaneously participate in another clinical program. This is a two-semester course.Ten hours (five hours per semester).King



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