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CJ 165   Criminal Evidence    Credits: 3

This course focuses on the methods and procedures for developing, documenting, and presenting evidence. It focuses on the Bill of Rights as the historical basis for the rules of evidence used in criminal trials throughout the U.S. Topics include the history and development of the Law of Criminal Evidence, using evidence to determine guilt or innocence, direct and circumstantial evidence, witnesses and testimony, hearsay and exceptions to the use of hearsay, the Exclusionary Rule, when improperly obtained evidence can be used, obtaining evidence by the use of search warrants, documenting the crime scene, maintaining the chain of custody, and collecting various forms of evidence to build a case.

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