Introduction to Criminal Justice

When you study Introduction to Criminal Justice, you will explore the past, present, and future of the American criminal justice system, but this is more than just a survey course. You’ll interpret crime statistics, study police training, and illustrate how a court case moves through the system. Find out how laws are created, how the court system operates, and how the American correctional system has changed over time. Take on thorny, contemporary issues like the role of legal precedent, the death penalty, prison life, and the juvenile justice system.

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  1. 3Credits

    Introduction to Criminal Justice from McGraw-Hill

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