CRJU 2210 - Criminal Procedures
This course examines the history of the United States Constitution and the role it plays in democracy and constitutional limitations on government authority over private citizens. Examination of the peace officer's role in the system as it relates to the procedural handling of a criminal case. Also examined in this course are rules of evidence, criminal defenses, civil liability, courtroom testimony and the government's authority to stop, detain, search, and seize. Minnesota Peace Officer Standards and Training (POST) objectives are included in each learner outcome (P.O).