CCJS 222 - Criminal Evidence
A description of the nature, types, collection, preservation, and introduction of evidence. An analysis of laws and court decisions relating to the admissibility of evidence. PREREQUISITE(S): CCJS 110 or consent of department. Three hours each week. Formerly CJ 222.
3 semester hours
Upon course completion, a student will be able to:
- Demonstrate an understanding of the Constitutional basis for the rules of evidence and the establishment of judicial precedent.
- Interpret the legal principles of evidence applied in most criminal trials.
- Distinguish between the types of evidence including testimonial, documentary, or real evidence.
- Demonstrate an understanding of the principles, rules, and definitions associated with the collection of evidence in order to apply those principles to the process.
- Comprehend the consequences when one fails to comply with the rules of evidence
- Demonstrate an understanding of the Constitutional basis for the rules of evidence as related to judicial precedent.
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