Criminal Trial AdvocacyThis course deals with techniques and strategies in criminal litigation. Students face typical problems from all phases of criminal trial practice with an emphasis on methods of developing facts, including direct examination, cross examination, exhibit introduction, impeachment, opening and closing statements. Students are expected to participate in simulated trial teams and conduct a trial. If a student misses the first class without calling or emailing the Professor in advance for permission, they will be dropped from the course.
Pre-requisites: Evidence & Criminal Procedure: Investigative
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