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CRJ 641 - Social Science in Law


Credits 3

Use of social science as a tool for a legal analysis. Examines the utility of empirical research in determining substantive legal issues such as community defenses, the use of offender profiles in criminal procedure, the death penalty and the size of juries.

Notes
This course is crosslisted with CRJ 441. Credit at the 600-level requires additional work.