CRJU312

Contemporary Issues in Criminal Law and Procedure

15 points

Not offered 2021, offered in 2020

For further information see Faculty of Law

Description

Selected topics of current importance in criminal law, drawn from the following list: gender issues in criminal law; dealing with insanity and intellectual disability in criminal cases; consent in sexual offences and offences against the person; offences involving alcohol and drugs; self-defence and the use of force in the defence of property; state powers of search and seizure; prosecutorial discretion and the initiation of proceedings; computer crime; terrorism-related offences; changes to pre-trial and trial proceedings including inquisitorial trials; double jeopardy; interference with criminal proceedings (including both offences against justice and contempt of court).

Pre-requisites

60 points at 200 level, including either CRJU202 or
LAWS202, from Schedule C to the Bachelor of Criminal Justice degree regulations.

Restrictions

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