Course: Foundations of Criminal Law (CJ-237-1) 

This course familiarizes students with the origins of our present day substantive and procedural criminal laws. Students will be exposed to early attempts to codify a body of criminal law, from the Code of Hammurabi through Roman law and English common law to the present day. Issues of due process, conspiracy, and causation are among the many topics covered. Generally offered every spring semester. 3 credits

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CJ-111

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