Administration of Justice

   

ADMJ 52 52 CONCEPTS OF CRIMINAL LAW (3)
LEC-3

Principles of California criminal law, including the laws of arrest, search, and seizure. Applicable sections of the Constitution of the United States and relevant cases as they apply to and affect contemporary law. Aspects of the Penal Code and other criminal statutes required for a comprehensive understanding. CSU/UC/CAN AJ 4


ADMJ 53 LEGAL ASPECTS OF EVIDENCE (3)
LEC-3

Not open to students who are enrolled in or have completed L A 70. The kinds and degrees of evidence; rules governing the admissibility of evidence in court. CSU


ADMJ 62 CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION (3)
LEC-3

Fundamentals of investigation: crime scene search and recording; collection and preservation of physical evidence; scientific aids, modus operandi; sources of information; interviews and interrogations; follow-up and case preparation. CSU/CAN AJ 8


ADMJ 63 CRINIMINAL IDENTIFICATION (3)
LEC - 3

The theory of and practices in the science of fingerprints, including classification, filing, comparisons, latent technology, preservation of evidence, court testimony, rolling prints, computer and the law as it pertains to criminal identification. Other aspects of personal identification and skeletal identification, portrait parle, composites, and basic camera procedures are also presented. CSU


ADMJ 66 PHYSICAL EVIDENCE (3)
LEC-3

The interrelationships of the law enforcement officer and the criminalist. Illustrations of physical evidence from actual cases of crime detection; the basic concepts, and procedures of criminalistics and the role of the criminalist from the standpoint of the investigating officer. Laboratory problems and projects of special interest. CSU