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Spring 2018
5303 Criminal Law - CRUMP- 11791

Professor(s): David Crump (FACULTY)

Credits: 3

Course Areas: 1st Year - Section C 

Time: 9:00a-10:30a  MW  Location:  

Course Outline: Criminal Law cover/s the moral and penological principles underlying the definition of a crime, such as the requirements of actus reus and mens rea, and general doctrines such as mistakes of fact and law, and causation. The course also considers inchoate offenses, such as criminal attempts and conspiracy. The course also considers full and partial defenses to crimes, such as self-defense, provocation, and insanity. In considering the process of translating these principles into law, specific offenses, such as criminal homicide and rape, and their development through the common law and modern statutes, are studied in detail.

Course Syllabus: Syllabus

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Final Exam Schedule: 05/07 9am-12pm      

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Satisfies Skills Course Requirement: No
Satisfies Senior Upper Level Writing Requirement: No

Experiential Course Type: no

Bar Course: Yes

Course Materials (10/10/2017 12:36:15 PM)

Book(s) Required

Course Materials: REQUIRED BOOKS (2): Crump et al., Criminal Law: Cases, Statutes & Lawyering Strategies 3rd ed. 2014 (ISBN: 9780769882703); Crump & Mertens, The Story of a Criminal Case: The State vs Albert Delman Greene, 2d ed. (ISBN: 9780916081001); PLUS COPIED MATERIALS TO PICK UP IN TUII-114 DATE TBD.