CRJ 103-SL1 - Constitutional Law and Rights of People

Offered by: Monroe / Community College | Fall 2019

This course is designated as Writing Intensive. A study of the Federal Constitution and the Bill of Rights with regard to the rights of the individual, as interpreted by leading U.S. Supreme Court decisions. The first, fourth, fifth, sixth, eighth, and fourteenth amendments will be primarily focused upon with an emphasis on their law enforcement impact.
Prerequisite(s): College English placement and Accuplacer reading score above 70 or College English placement and Accuplacer reading score below 70 and REA 100 or TRS 200 or TRS 105 and REA 100 if Accuplacer reading score is not above 70.
General Education Area(s): American History
Instructor(s): Peter Francione
Dates: August 26, 2019 — December 21, 2019
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