Intro to Criminal Justice Systems

CRJU-C105-051

This course introduces the student to how the justice system works in America. It begins with a discussion of the underlying rationale for punishment of crime and then addresses all components of the criminal justice system including law enforcement, the judiciary, and corrections. Topics discussed include police, role of the attorney, bail, criminal trial, sentencing, corrections, and post-conviction remedies.

For information about Loyola's Summer Session, call (504) 865-3530 or e-mail summer@loyno.edu.

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