Undergraduate Module Descriptor
LAW3168F: Criminal Justice and Evidence
This module descriptor refers to the 2019/0 academic year.
|Term(s) and duration|
This module ran during term 2 (11 weeks)
Dr Adam McCann (Convenor)
Mr Richard Edwards (Lecturer)
Dr Rebecca Helm (Lecturer)
Successful completion of LAW1036 Legal Foundations or LAW2035B Constitutional and Administrative Law.
Students must be on one of the following programmes:
|Available via distance learning|
This module will enable you to critically examine criminal justice processes in England and Wales. It is an analytical module that builds upon knowledge of substantive criminal law gained at Level 1 and also borrows from other subject areas such as criminology, EU law, the ECHR and the law of evidence. It broadly follows the chronology of criminal justice processes, from arrest to appeal. The module is contextual in the sense that you will examine how criminal justice processes ‘work’ in their legal and social context, rather than simply looking at legal rules.
Please note, students must be on one of the following programmes:
- INBOUND Semester 1
- INBOUND Semester 2
- One Semester Flexible Combined Honours
- OAS Law (Dresden)
- One Semester Law