CJ107 Criminal Law II

This course builds on Criminal Law I and continues to provide a foundation for understanding substantive criminal law. Topics explored include crimes against habitation, crimes against public order, safety, and morality, drug- and alcohol-related crimes, crimes against property, white collar crime, crimes against the administration of justice, and finally organized crime, gangs, and terrorism. Upon successful course completion, students will sharpen their ability, developed in CJ106, to apply substantive criminal law concepts to factual scenarios in order to determine applicable criminal charges and defenses.

Prerequisite: CJ106

Credit Hours: 
3.00
Catalog Code: 
CJ107