Criminal Law and Procedure

These courses explore the body of rules and statutes that defines conduct prohibited by government because it threatens and harms public safety and welfare and that establishes punishment to be imposed for the commission of such acts. Criminal Law generally refers to substantive criminal laws that define crimes and may establish punishment. Criminal Procedure describes the process through which criminal laws are enforced.

Faculty Teaching in this Area:

Prof. Catherine Arcabascio
Prof. Timothy Arcaro
Prof. Heather Baxter
Prof. Randolph Braccialarghe
Prof. Johnny Burris
Prof. Megan Chaney
Prof. Mark Dobson
Prof. Douglas Donoho
Prof. Pearl Goldman
Prof. Joseph Harbaugh
Prof. Shahabudeen Khan
Prof. Steven Wisotsky

Core Courses:

Advanced Criminal Law: Federal Crimes
Criminal Justice Clinic
Criminal Pre-Trial Practice
Criminal Procedure
Juvenile Law
Post-Conviction Relief Workshop
Sentencing Workshop
Trial Advocacy

Specialty Courses:

Animal Law
Animal Law Legislation Seminar

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