Division: Social and Behavioral Science
Department: Behavioral Science
Course: CJ 2350
Title: Laws of Evidence
Description: A study of the origin, development and philosophy of the rules of evidence; weight, value and types of evidence; some discussion concerning reliability and tests of admissibility; the law concerning various types of witnesses; and the laws of arrest, search, seizure and other evidence. This course is offered as in-class and online.
|2350-100||T5:30 pm-8:00 pm||Keisel, Brody L.|
|2350-107||Taught Online||Keisel, Brody L.|
|2350-105||Taught Online||Keisel, Brody L.|