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  POL 360, Judicial Process
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Semester: Summer 2013
Course Subject: POL
Course #: 360
Course Section: 52504
Course Title: Judicial Process
Course Section Information: This course is an introduction to understanding how the judicial process works and the major differences between criminal and civil courts of law. It will also draw distinctions between the state and federal court systems, as well as appellate and trial courts. Students will participate in class simulations and several debates on key topics in judicial process.
Credit Hours: 3
Special Section 
Registration Requirements: 
Hybrid Course (Blended)
The class meets in Combs Building 114 on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 6-8:45pm
Course Begins: Jul 01, 2013
Course Ends: Aug 09, 2013
Instructor: Paul Foote
Instructor's Email: paul.foote@eku.edu
Web Course Features (Students will be required to use):
 Email Discussion Boards Online Chat/Virtual Classroom
 Online Tests PowerPoint Files Other
 Special conditions for tests such as designated locations or proctors:
Tuesdays and Thursdays from 6-8:45pm
 Printed Textbooks:
Title: America’s Courts and the Criminal Justice System
ISBN: 978-0-495-80990-6
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