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CRIJ 5303
Law and Criminal Justice
Three semester hours. (FL)
A study of current societal trends and their impact on legal systems including criminal justice agencies, criminal courts, juvenile courts, mental health courts, and civil courts. The role of the U.S. Constitution and the role and response of both state and federal court systems with respect to these societal trends will be explored. Prerequisites: Enrollment restricted to students currently matriculating in the MSCJ program; CRIJ 3305, CRIJ 4321, SOCI 3336 (or the equivalent).

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