Criminal Defense Clinic & Criminal Defense Seminar | L4800/L4801
This clinic offers students the opportunity to defend low-income clients charged with various criminal offenses. These offenses include DUI/DDWAI; domestic violence; assault; theft; disturbance; child abuse and neglect; menacing; etc. Students represent their clients in various municipal and county courts in the area. This course requires numerous court appearances for arraignments, pre-trial motions, and sentencing. Students should be prepared for an intense litigation experience in misdemeanor criminal defense.
Prerequisites: permission of faculty supervisor.
Credit Hours: 6 (3 in-class credit hours and 3 out-of-class credit hours)
ULW: This course does not satisfy the Upper Level Writing requirement (ULW)