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PreTrial Litigation: Criminal Practice

B564 is taught by McCossky, D. Pryor

This course will introduce law students to the special legal and practical issues involved in developing and litigating a criminal case. This course is designed to expose the students to the fundamental skills necessary for pretrial advocacy in criminal litigation. Through exercises and simulations, the students will work through many of the major aspects of pretrial practice including witness interviewing, counseling, drafting of legal documents and argument of pretrial motions.