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Constitutional Criminal Procedurehttp://portal.vermontlaw.edu/Metacatalogs/Lists/Courses/DispForm.aspx?ID=1419Constitutional Criminal ProcedureA basic course on Constitutional Criminal Procedure, with comprehensive consideration of topics under the Fourth, Fifth, Sixth and Eighth Amendments to the U.S. Constitution.  Among the topics considered are search and seizure law including probable cause to search and arrest, the warrant requirement and its exceptions, and the exclusionary rule; custodial interrogation, confessions and the privilege against self-incrimination; double jeopardy; the right to counsel and effective assistance of counsel; the death penalty and the Eighth Amendment prohibition against cruel and unusual punishments; lineups and other forms of pretrial identification.7262GP0|#4427383a-57bf-428f-9c22-73669c71e517;L0|#04427383a-57bf-428f-9c22-73669c71e517|Graduate;GTSet|#cbbd7cb7-f9db-41d7-8603-54518e246b51GP0|#4e2301fe-6710-4624-81d9-02c289932729;L0|#04e2301fe-6710-4624-81d9-02c289932729|Criminal;GTSet|#f0004912-346b-4cda-81c5-04ab1bb4b34e;GPP|#db2210a7-625b-4bb0-9545-56e81bdfe48aGP0|#02a64ecc-8b08-4637-b4c1-74446f866f69;L0|#002a64ecc-8b08-4637-b4c1-74446f866f69|Lecture;GTSet|#f0004912-346b-4cda-81c5-04ab1bb4b34e;GPP|#6e96bd23-dbd4-4d09-9c3e-0aa09c84b5661419
Sex Crimes Seminarhttp://portal.vermontlaw.edu/Metacatalogs/Lists/Courses/DispForm.aspx?ID=1427Sex Crimes SeminarCovers a broad range of sex crimes, incorporating historical, legal, cultural, public policy and theoretical approaches. Topics addressed include: rape and sexual assault law; victims' issues; domestic violence and intimate partner rape; child sexual abuse; human trafficking; sex offender registration requirements; sexting and statutory rape, and other topics.7304GP0|#4427383a-57bf-428f-9c22-73669c71e517;L0|#04427383a-57bf-428f-9c22-73669c71e517|Graduate;GTSet|#cbbd7cb7-f9db-41d7-8603-54518e246b51GP0|#4e2301fe-6710-4624-81d9-02c289932729;L0|#04e2301fe-6710-4624-81d9-02c289932729|Criminal;GTSet|#f0004912-346b-4cda-81c5-04ab1bb4b34e;GPP|#db2210a7-625b-4bb0-9545-56e81bdfe48aGP0|#ba6a8949-beed-47cf-98c0-e2b6c177ad23;L0|#0ba6a8949-beed-47cf-98c0-e2b6c177ad23|Seminar;GTSet|#f0004912-346b-4cda-81c5-04ab1bb4b34e;GPP|#6e96bd23-dbd4-4d09-9c3e-0aa09c84b5661427
Advanced Criminal Law Seminarhttp://portal.vermontlaw.edu/Metacatalogs/Lists/Courses/DispForm.aspx?ID=1428Advanced Criminal Law SeminarThis seminar undertakes an intensive and comprehensive examination of the constitutional, legal, procedural, and public policy issues surrounding a topic in criminal law.  Specific topic varies from year to year and is detailed in the class description.7305GP0|#4427383a-57bf-428f-9c22-73669c71e517;L0|#04427383a-57bf-428f-9c22-73669c71e517|Graduate;GTSet|#cbbd7cb7-f9db-41d7-8603-54518e246b51GP0|#4e2301fe-6710-4624-81d9-02c289932729;L0|#04e2301fe-6710-4624-81d9-02c289932729|Criminal;GTSet|#f0004912-346b-4cda-81c5-04ab1bb4b34e;GPP|#db2210a7-625b-4bb0-9545-56e81bdfe48aGP0|#ba6a8949-beed-47cf-98c0-e2b6c177ad23;L0|#0ba6a8949-beed-47cf-98c0-e2b6c177ad23|Seminar;GTSet|#f0004912-346b-4cda-81c5-04ab1bb4b34e;GPP|#6e96bd23-dbd4-4d09-9c3e-0aa09c84b5661428
Privacy Lawhttp://portal.vermontlaw.edu/Metacatalogs/Lists/Courses/DispForm.aspx?ID=1429Privacy LawIn the 21st century, we are all witnesses to, actors in, and subjects/objects of something often called the "Information Age". For about a century, law has sought to define the "privacy rights" of individuals to control personal information held by others. Modern lawyers advocate on privacy issues in new and complex contexts. This course provides students with an understanding of the fundamentals of privacy law and the training to reason analogically to accommodate emergent technologies within existing legal frameworks.7306GP0|#4427383a-57bf-428f-9c22-73669c71e517;L0|#04427383a-57bf-428f-9c22-73669c71e517|Graduate;GTSet|#cbbd7cb7-f9db-41d7-8603-54518e246b51GP0|#4e2301fe-6710-4624-81d9-02c289932729;L0|#04e2301fe-6710-4624-81d9-02c289932729|Criminal;GTSet|#f0004912-346b-4cda-81c5-04ab1bb4b34e;GPP|#db2210a7-625b-4bb0-9545-56e81bdfe48aGP0|#ba6a8949-beed-47cf-98c0-e2b6c177ad23;L0|#0ba6a8949-beed-47cf-98c0-e2b6c177ad23|Seminar;GTSet|#f0004912-346b-4cda-81c5-04ab1bb4b34e;GPP|#6e96bd23-dbd4-4d09-9c3e-0aa09c84b5661429
Criminal Practice and Procedurehttp://portal.vermontlaw.edu/Metacatalogs/Lists/Courses/DispForm.aspx?ID=1430Criminal Practice and ProcedureSkills-based course  focused on the Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure, the 4th, 5th, 6th and 8th amendments to the U.S. Constitution and the corresponding sections of the Vermont and New Hampshire Constitutions.  This course will give students the opportunity to develop insight into the theoretical underpinnings of constitutional criminal law and procedure while at the same time learning the practical application of theory to practice.7307GP0|#4427383a-57bf-428f-9c22-73669c71e517;L0|#04427383a-57bf-428f-9c22-73669c71e517|Graduate;GTSet|#cbbd7cb7-f9db-41d7-8603-54518e246b51GP0|#4e2301fe-6710-4624-81d9-02c289932729;L0|#04e2301fe-6710-4624-81d9-02c289932729|Criminal;GTSet|#f0004912-346b-4cda-81c5-04ab1bb4b34e;GPP|#db2210a7-625b-4bb0-9545-56e81bdfe48aGP0|#499f7782-4b33-4821-80b6-26774042c42e;L0|#0499f7782-4b33-4821-80b6-26774042c42e|Skills;GTSet|#f0004912-346b-4cda-81c5-04ab1bb4b34e;GPP|#6e96bd23-dbd4-4d09-9c3e-0aa09c84b5661430
Capital Punishment Seminarhttp://portal.vermontlaw.edu/Metacatalogs/Lists/Courses/DispForm.aspx?ID=1436Capital Punishment SeminarThis seminar examines capital punishment as a legal process, using interdisciplinary materials and theory, litigation documents including briefs and recordings of oral arguments, and appellate opinions.  The seminar also employs written narratives, movies, and popular cultural images and artifacts to explore this subject matter.7313GP0|#4427383a-57bf-428f-9c22-73669c71e517;L0|#04427383a-57bf-428f-9c22-73669c71e517|Graduate;GTSet|#cbbd7cb7-f9db-41d7-8603-54518e246b51GP0|#4e2301fe-6710-4624-81d9-02c289932729;L0|#04e2301fe-6710-4624-81d9-02c289932729|Criminal;GTSet|#f0004912-346b-4cda-81c5-04ab1bb4b34e;GPP|#db2210a7-625b-4bb0-9545-56e81bdfe48aGP0|#ba6a8949-beed-47cf-98c0-e2b6c177ad23;L0|#0ba6a8949-beed-47cf-98c0-e2b6c177ad23|Seminar;GTSet|#f0004912-346b-4cda-81c5-04ab1bb4b34e;GPP|#6e96bd23-dbd4-4d09-9c3e-0aa09c84b5661436
Narcotics Law and Politics Seminarhttp://portal.vermontlaw.edu/Metacatalogs/Lists/Courses/DispForm.aspx?ID=1437Narcotics Law and Politics SeminarExplores the law and policy pertaining to criminalization of narcotics and other controlled substances.  Topics covered include: the federal Controlled Substances Act; federalism issues presented by state legalization; criminal procedure law implicated in narcotics enforcement; international drug enforcement regimes; sentencing policy, and critiques of narcotics prohibition policy.7314GP0|#4427383a-57bf-428f-9c22-73669c71e517;L0|#04427383a-57bf-428f-9c22-73669c71e517|Graduate;GTSet|#cbbd7cb7-f9db-41d7-8603-54518e246b51GP0|#4e2301fe-6710-4624-81d9-02c289932729;L0|#04e2301fe-6710-4624-81d9-02c289932729|Criminal;GTSet|#f0004912-346b-4cda-81c5-04ab1bb4b34e;GPP|#db2210a7-625b-4bb0-9545-56e81bdfe48aGP0|#ba6a8949-beed-47cf-98c0-e2b6c177ad23;L0|#0ba6a8949-beed-47cf-98c0-e2b6c177ad23|Seminar;GTSet|#f0004912-346b-4cda-81c5-04ab1bb4b34e;GPP|#6e96bd23-dbd4-4d09-9c3e-0aa09c84b5661437
Criminal Practice and Procedurehttp://portal.vermontlaw.edu/Metacatalogs/Lists/Courses/DispForm.aspx?ID=1439Criminal Practice and ProcedureThis course covers the basics of 4th, 5th, 6th and 8th Amendment jurisprudence and major criminal procedure rules.   7317GP0|#4427383a-57bf-428f-9c22-73669c71e517;L0|#04427383a-57bf-428f-9c22-73669c71e517|Graduate;GTSet|#cbbd7cb7-f9db-41d7-8603-54518e246b51GP0|#4e2301fe-6710-4624-81d9-02c289932729;L0|#04e2301fe-6710-4624-81d9-02c289932729|Criminal;GTSet|#f0004912-346b-4cda-81c5-04ab1bb4b34e;GPP|#db2210a7-625b-4bb0-9545-56e81bdfe48aGP0|#499f7782-4b33-4821-80b6-26774042c42e;L0|#0499f7782-4b33-4821-80b6-26774042c42e|Skills;GTSet|#f0004912-346b-4cda-81c5-04ab1bb4b34e;GPP|#6e96bd23-dbd4-4d09-9c3e-0aa09c84b5661439
White Collar Crimehttp://portal.vermontlaw.edu/Metacatalogs/Lists/Courses/DispForm.aspx?ID=1441White Collar CrimeWhite Collar Crime balances black letter law with current, high-profile examples of corporate felonies and fiascos. Topics include: conspiracy, mail fraud, wire fraud, securities fraud, perjury, obstruction of justice, RICO, tax fraud, money laundering, and environmental crimes. In addition, administrative investigations, grand jury investigations, pleas, trials and sentencing will be covered.7318GP0|#4427383a-57bf-428f-9c22-73669c71e517;L0|#04427383a-57bf-428f-9c22-73669c71e517|Graduate;GTSet|#cbbd7cb7-f9db-41d7-8603-54518e246b51GP0|#4e2301fe-6710-4624-81d9-02c289932729;L0|#04e2301fe-6710-4624-81d9-02c289932729|Criminal;GTSet|#f0004912-346b-4cda-81c5-04ab1bb4b34e;GPP|#db2210a7-625b-4bb0-9545-56e81bdfe48aGP0|#02a64ecc-8b08-4637-b4c1-74446f866f69;L0|#002a64ecc-8b08-4637-b4c1-74446f866f69|Lecture;GTSet|#f0004912-346b-4cda-81c5-04ab1bb4b34e;GPP|#6e96bd23-dbd4-4d09-9c3e-0aa09c84b5661441
Juvenile Justice Seminarhttp://portal.vermontlaw.edu/Metacatalogs/Lists/Courses/DispForm.aspx?ID=1442Juvenile Justice SeminarExplores the historical and current administration of juvenile justice in the US, including the legal and policy justifications for having a separate system for young offenders, and whether this division continues to make sense today7319GP0|#4427383a-57bf-428f-9c22-73669c71e517;L0|#04427383a-57bf-428f-9c22-73669c71e517|Graduate;GTSet|#cbbd7cb7-f9db-41d7-8603-54518e246b51GP0|#4e2301fe-6710-4624-81d9-02c289932729;L0|#04e2301fe-6710-4624-81d9-02c289932729|Criminal;GTSet|#f0004912-346b-4cda-81c5-04ab1bb4b34e;GPP|#db2210a7-625b-4bb0-9545-56e81bdfe48aGP0|#ba6a8949-beed-47cf-98c0-e2b6c177ad23;L0|#0ba6a8949-beed-47cf-98c0-e2b6c177ad23|Seminar;GTSet|#f0004912-346b-4cda-81c5-04ab1bb4b34e;GPP|#6e96bd23-dbd4-4d09-9c3e-0aa09c84b5661442
Criminal Law Clinichttp://portal.vermontlaw.edu/Metacatalogs/Lists/Courses/DispForm.aspx?ID=1450Criminal Law ClinicIn this clinic students have the option of working either in the prosecution or in the defense of criminal law matters, under the supervision of experienced prosecutors and defense attorneys in Vermont.   All clinicians, regardless of assignment, meet together for a joint classroom component.7350GP0|#4427383a-57bf-428f-9c22-73669c71e517;L0|#04427383a-57bf-428f-9c22-73669c71e517|Graduate;GTSet|#cbbd7cb7-f9db-41d7-8603-54518e246b51GP0|#4e2301fe-6710-4624-81d9-02c289932729;L0|#04e2301fe-6710-4624-81d9-02c289932729|Criminal;GTSet|#f0004912-346b-4cda-81c5-04ab1bb4b34e;GPP|#db2210a7-625b-4bb0-9545-56e81bdfe48aGP0|#499f7782-4b33-4821-80b6-26774042c42e;L0|#0499f7782-4b33-4821-80b6-26774042c42e|Skills;GTSet|#f0004912-346b-4cda-81c5-04ab1bb4b34e;GPP|#6e96bd23-dbd4-4d09-9c3e-0aa09c84b5661450
Criminal Topicshttp://portal.vermontlaw.edu/Metacatalogs/Lists/Courses/DispForm.aspx?ID=1545Criminal TopicsClasses offered under this designation explore special areas of interest, including newly developing areas of law, or specialties of visiting faculty and fellows. Students should consult registration information specific information on classes presented under this title.7901GP0|#4427383a-57bf-428f-9c22-73669c71e517;L0|#04427383a-57bf-428f-9c22-73669c71e517|Graduate;GTSet|#cbbd7cb7-f9db-41d7-8603-54518e246b51GP0|#4e2301fe-6710-4624-81d9-02c289932729;L0|#04e2301fe-6710-4624-81d9-02c289932729|Criminal;GTSet|#f0004912-346b-4cda-81c5-04ab1bb4b34e;GPP|#db2210a7-625b-4bb0-9545-56e81bdfe48aGP0|#02a64ecc-8b08-4637-b4c1-74446f866f69;L0|#002a64ecc-8b08-4637-b4c1-74446f866f69|Lecture;GTSet|#f0004912-346b-4cda-81c5-04ab1bb4b34e;GPP|#6e96bd23-dbd4-4d09-9c3e-0aa09c84b5661545
Criminal Topicshttp://portal.vermontlaw.edu/Metacatalogs/Lists/Courses/DispForm.aspx?ID=1547Criminal TopicsClasses offered under this designation explore special areas of interest, including newly developing areas of law, or specialties of visiting faculty and fellows. Students should consult registration information specific information on classes presented under this title.7902GP0|#4427383a-57bf-428f-9c22-73669c71e517;L0|#04427383a-57bf-428f-9c22-73669c71e517|Graduate;GTSet|#cbbd7cb7-f9db-41d7-8603-54518e246b51GP0|#4e2301fe-6710-4624-81d9-02c289932729;L0|#04e2301fe-6710-4624-81d9-02c289932729|Criminal;GTSet|#f0004912-346b-4cda-81c5-04ab1bb4b34e;GPP|#db2210a7-625b-4bb0-9545-56e81bdfe48aGP0|#02a64ecc-8b08-4637-b4c1-74446f866f69;L0|#002a64ecc-8b08-4637-b4c1-74446f866f69|Lecture;GTSet|#f0004912-346b-4cda-81c5-04ab1bb4b34e;GPP|#6e96bd23-dbd4-4d09-9c3e-0aa09c84b5661547
Criminal Topicshttp://portal.vermontlaw.edu/Metacatalogs/Lists/Courses/DispForm.aspx?ID=1548Criminal TopicsClasses offered under this designation explore special areas of interest, including newly developing areas of law, or specialties of visiting faculty and fellows. Students should consult registration information specific information on classes presented under this title.7903GP0|#4427383a-57bf-428f-9c22-73669c71e517;L0|#04427383a-57bf-428f-9c22-73669c71e517|Graduate;GTSet|#cbbd7cb7-f9db-41d7-8603-54518e246b51GP0|#4e2301fe-6710-4624-81d9-02c289932729;L0|#04e2301fe-6710-4624-81d9-02c289932729|Criminal;GTSet|#f0004912-346b-4cda-81c5-04ab1bb4b34e;GPP|#db2210a7-625b-4bb0-9545-56e81bdfe48aGP0|#02a64ecc-8b08-4637-b4c1-74446f866f69;L0|#002a64ecc-8b08-4637-b4c1-74446f866f69|Lecture;GTSet|#f0004912-346b-4cda-81c5-04ab1bb4b34e;GPP|#6e96bd23-dbd4-4d09-9c3e-0aa09c84b5661548
Criminal Topicshttp://portal.vermontlaw.edu/Metacatalogs/Lists/Courses/DispForm.aspx?ID=1549Criminal TopicsClasses offered under this designation explore special areas of interest, including newly developing areas of law, or specialties of visiting faculty and fellows. Students should consult registration information specific information on classes presented under this title.7904GP0|#4427383a-57bf-428f-9c22-73669c71e517;L0|#04427383a-57bf-428f-9c22-73669c71e517|Graduate;GTSet|#cbbd7cb7-f9db-41d7-8603-54518e246b51GP0|#4e2301fe-6710-4624-81d9-02c289932729;L0|#04e2301fe-6710-4624-81d9-02c289932729|Criminal;GTSet|#f0004912-346b-4cda-81c5-04ab1bb4b34e;GPP|#db2210a7-625b-4bb0-9545-56e81bdfe48aGP0|#02a64ecc-8b08-4637-b4c1-74446f866f69;L0|#002a64ecc-8b08-4637-b4c1-74446f866f69|Lecture;GTSet|#f0004912-346b-4cda-81c5-04ab1bb4b34e;GPP|#6e96bd23-dbd4-4d09-9c3e-0aa09c84b5661549
CRI7305http://portal.vermontlaw.edu/Metacatalogs/Lists/Classes/DispForm.aspx?ID=1566CRI7305Advanced Criminal Law SeminarSand, Robert<div>This seminar undertakes an intensive and comprehensive examination of the constitutional, legal, procedural, and public policy issues surrounding a topic in criminal law.  The specific topic varies from year to year and is detailed in the class description below.<br>For fall 2016 the seminar will focus on Alternative Criminal Justice Programs and Responses. Using a national template known as the Sequential Intercept Model, students will be introduced to evidence-based approaches and programs at every stage of the criminal justice system that provide effective alternatives to the traditional model from arrest through release from incarceration.  Students not only will gain an in-depth knowledge of regional, national, and international alternative criminal justice approaches, but they will also meet with and learn from leading alternative justice practitioners. <br>Students will submit a graded final project on a topic related to an alternative criminal justice program or response. This project may take the form of a traditional AWR or other substantial piece of writing, but it may also take a non-traditional form such as a PowerPoint or Prezi presentation, proposed legislative initiative, annotated op-ed or magazine piece, or podcast or other type of audio presentation.  The time commitment for this class will include individual meetings with the professor to review student projects and their progress as well as attendance at related conferences.  A field trip to a correctional facility will also be planned.  Vermont based proposals may be presented to the General Assembly in the spring. Although there are no prerequisites for this course, students will derive more benefit from the class if they have taken Criminal Practice or Criminal Procedure: Bail to Jail.<br></div>2.00000000000000GP0|#4e2301fe-6710-4624-81d9-02c289932729;L0|#04e2301fe-6710-4624-81d9-02c289932729|Criminal;GTSet|#f0004912-346b-4cda-81c5-04ab1bb4b34e;GPP|#db2210a7-625b-4bb0-9545-56e81bdfe48aGP0|#ba6a8949-beed-47cf-98c0-e2b6c177ad23;L0|#0ba6a8949-beed-47cf-98c0-e2b6c177ad23|Seminar;GTSet|#f0004912-346b-4cda-81c5-04ab1bb4b34e;GPP|#6e96bd23-dbd4-4d09-9c3e-0aa09c84b5661566
CRI7307http://portal.vermontlaw.edu/Metacatalogs/Lists/Classes/DispForm.aspx?ID=1567CRI7307Criminal Practice and ProcedureSaxman, Anna<div>The course will focus on the Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure and the 4th, 5th, 6th and 14th amendments to the U.S. Constitution. Students will examine the constitutional principles of criminal procedure and how those principles are actually utilized in practice. This course will give students the basic understanding of the theoretical underpinnings of constitutional criminal law and procedure while at the same time learning the practical application of theory to practice. The course curriculum will focus attention on: bail, search and seizure, the right against self-incrimination and involuntary confessions, discovery, Double Jeopardy,  Confrontation Clause,  the right to effective assistance of counsel, judgment of acquittal motions,  jury instructions and sentencing. Students will have the opportunity to draft and argue motions in criminal pre-trial and trial litigation. This course is a blend of the practical and theoretical, and students can expect to leave this class knowing how to analyze factual scenarios using constitutional criminal law cases and the Rules. Students will be expected to argue motions in front of the class as well as serve as judges ruling on the motions made in class. Students will have the opportunity to improve their legal analysis, writing and oral argument skills.</div>4.00000000000000GP0|#4e2301fe-6710-4624-81d9-02c289932729;L0|#04e2301fe-6710-4624-81d9-02c289932729|Criminal;GTSet|#f0004912-346b-4cda-81c5-04ab1bb4b34e;GPP|#db2210a7-625b-4bb0-9545-56e81bdfe48aGP0|#499f7782-4b33-4821-80b6-26774042c42e;L0|#0499f7782-4b33-4821-80b6-26774042c42e|Skills;GTSet|#f0004912-346b-4cda-81c5-04ab1bb4b34e;GPP|#6e96bd23-dbd4-4d09-9c3e-0aa09c84b5661567
CRI7313http://portal.vermontlaw.edu/Metacatalogs/Lists/Classes/DispForm.aspx?ID=1568CRI7313Capital PunishmentMeyer, Philip<div>This seminar examines capital punishment as a legal process, using interdisciplinary materials and theory, litigation documents including briefs and recordings of oral arguments, and appellate opinions.  The seminar also employs written narratives, movies, and popular cultural images and artifacts to explore this subject matter.  Diverse topics in the course may include: analyzing legal arguments for and against the death penalty (whether capital punishment does or does not violate the constitution); the court's ongoing attempts to articulate meaningful standards for deciding who deserves to die; the sociology of death row confinement; the methods of capital punishment (electrocution, lethal injection, etc.); the impact of capital punishment upon various actors (guards, judges, families of the executed, etc.); moral arguments for and against the death penalty; issues of age, race and gender and the death penalty; terrorism and the death penalty; theories of punishment and the death penalty; and the history of capital punishment in America.  <br> <br>Satisfies perspective requirement.<br> <br>*Method of evaluation is based upon class participation and submission of a final paper.<br> <br>*The paper may satisfy the AWR requirement, with permission of the instructor.  (The AWR paper is a longer research project and has different requirements.) </div>2.00000000000000GP0|#4e2301fe-6710-4624-81d9-02c289932729;L0|#04e2301fe-6710-4624-81d9-02c289932729|Criminal;GTSet|#f0004912-346b-4cda-81c5-04ab1bb4b34e;GPP|#db2210a7-625b-4bb0-9545-56e81bdfe48aGP0|#ba6a8949-beed-47cf-98c0-e2b6c177ad23;L0|#0ba6a8949-beed-47cf-98c0-e2b6c177ad23|Seminar;GTSet|#f0004912-346b-4cda-81c5-04ab1bb4b34e;GPP|#6e96bd23-dbd4-4d09-9c3e-0aa09c84b5661568
CRI7318http://portal.vermontlaw.edu/Metacatalogs/Lists/Classes/DispForm.aspx?ID=1569CRI7318White Collar CrimeTaub, Jennifer<div>White Collar Crime balances black letter law with current, high-profile examples of corporate felonies and fiascos. Topics include: conspiracy, mail fraud, wire fraud, securities fraud, perjury, obstruction of justice, RICO, tax fraud, money laundering, and environmental crimes. In addition, we’ll cover administrative investigations, grand jury investigations, pleas, trials and sentencing.<br> <br>Method of evaluation:  Take home exam or paper (AWR yes for paper)</div>3.00000000000000GP0|#4e2301fe-6710-4624-81d9-02c289932729;L0|#04e2301fe-6710-4624-81d9-02c289932729|Criminal;GTSet|#f0004912-346b-4cda-81c5-04ab1bb4b34e;GPP|#db2210a7-625b-4bb0-9545-56e81bdfe48aGP0|#02a64ecc-8b08-4637-b4c1-74446f866f69;L0|#002a64ecc-8b08-4637-b4c1-74446f866f69|Lecture;GTSet|#f0004912-346b-4cda-81c5-04ab1bb4b34e;GPP|#6e96bd23-dbd4-4d09-9c3e-0aa09c84b5661569
CRI7331http://portal.vermontlaw.edu/Metacatalogs/Lists/Classes/DispForm.aspx?ID=1570CRI7331Impaired DrivingSand, Robert<div>Combining substantive law with actual criminal case documents, simulations, and hands-on practice in class, the Impaired Driving Course for 2L and 3L students will cover all aspects of DUI cases from arrest through prosecution and sentencing. This 3-credit course will meet one day per week and will be graded on a High Pass, Pass, Low Pass, Fail basis. There are no prerequisites, although students might benefit from taking an upper level criminal law class before this course. The semester will culminate with a mock hearing or trial.</div>3.00000000000000GP0|#4e2301fe-6710-4624-81d9-02c289932729;L0|#04e2301fe-6710-4624-81d9-02c289932729|Criminal;GTSet|#f0004912-346b-4cda-81c5-04ab1bb4b34e;GPP|#db2210a7-625b-4bb0-9545-56e81bdfe48aGP0|#ba6a8949-beed-47cf-98c0-e2b6c177ad23;L0|#0ba6a8949-beed-47cf-98c0-e2b6c177ad23|Seminar;GTSet|#f0004912-346b-4cda-81c5-04ab1bb4b34e;GPP|#6e96bd23-dbd4-4d09-9c3e-0aa09c84b5661570
CRI7350http://portal.vermontlaw.edu/Metacatalogs/Lists/Classes/DispForm.aspx?ID=1571CRI7350Criminal Law ClinicSaxman, Anna<div>This course gives students the opportunity to experience criminal practice in either prosecution or defense settings under the close supervision of our distinguished practitioner-faculty members.  Students will be placed in the prosecution, defense or appellate defense practice settings, and will receive classroom instruction once per week for two hours covering foundational aspects of Vermont criminal.  Students will then apply classroom concepts in real criminal cases, working under close supervision of the classroom faculty, Anna Saxman (Vermont Deputy Defender General) David Cahill (Deputy State’s Attorney, WRJ) and Brian Marsicovetere (Marsicovetere Law Group, PC) contracted to provide public defender services in Windsor County).<br>This is a 6 credit course:<br>2 credit hours of classroom – once a week for 2 hours; and<br>4 credit hours of clinic work – twice a week, on Tuesdays and Thursdays, for a total of 13 hours.<br>The course will be graded High Pass/Pass/Low Pass/Fail.<br>Enrollment is limited to 6 students.<br>This course satisfies the skills requirement.<br>Placements will be distributed as follows:<br>              Windsor County State’s Attorney’s Office (2 students)  Students will co-prosecute DUI and other misdemeanor cases.  Motions will be filed in court to admit students under the student practice rule.  Practical experience will include taking depositions, responding to, drafting, and arguing motions, examining and cross examining witnesses and participating in jury selection and trial.<br>Vermont Office of Defender General/ Appellate Defense (2 students)<br>            Students will be assigned 1 to 2 cases per semester. They will read the record, analyze the facts and the law, research, draft, and ultimately write the appellate brief in the case. The students may return to argue their cases before the Vermont Supreme Court the following semester under the student practice rules. <br>            Marsicovetere Law Group, PC/ Public Defender (2 students) Students in the clinic will be assigned specific misdemeanor cases and will be closely supervised throughout the process of each case, arraignment through disposition.  Students will experience the discovery process, research and draft applicable motions to suppress, dismiss, or compel further discovery, and, depending on the complexity of the motion, take part in the hearing accompanied by a supervising attorney.  If applicable, they will work on settlement negotiations with the state.  If the case proceeds on a trial track, then they will work with the supervising attorney in all aspects of trial preparation.</div>6.00000000000000GP0|#4e2301fe-6710-4624-81d9-02c289932729;L0|#04e2301fe-6710-4624-81d9-02c289932729|Criminal;GTSet|#f0004912-346b-4cda-81c5-04ab1bb4b34e;GPP|#db2210a7-625b-4bb0-9545-56e81bdfe48aGP0|#499f7782-4b33-4821-80b6-26774042c42e;L0|#0499f7782-4b33-4821-80b6-26774042c42e|Skills;GTSet|#f0004912-346b-4cda-81c5-04ab1bb4b34e;GPP|#6e96bd23-dbd4-4d09-9c3e-0aa09c84b5661571
CRI7307http://portal.vermontlaw.edu/Metacatalogs/Lists/Classes/DispForm.aspx?ID=1667CRI7307Criminal Practice and ProcedureSaxman,Anna<div>The course will focus on the Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure and the 4th, 5th, 6th and 14th amendments to the U.S. Constitution. Students will examine the constitutional principles of criminal procedure and how those principles are actually utilized in practice. This course will give students the basic understanding of the theoretical underpinnings of constitutional criminal law and procedure while at the same time learning the practical application of theory to practice. The course curriculum will focus attention on: bail, search and seizure, the right against self-incrimination and involuntary confessions, discovery, Double Jeopardy,  Confrontation Clause,  the right to effective assistance of counsel, judgment of acquittal motions,  jury instructions and sentencing. Students will have the opportunity to draft and argue motions in criminal pre-trial and trial litigation. This course is a blend of the practical and theoretical, and students can expect to leave this class knowing how to analyze factual scenarios using constitutional criminal law cases and the Rules. Students will be expected to argue motions in front of the class as well as serve as judges ruling on the motions made in class. Students will have the opportunity to improve their legal analysis, writing and oral argument skills.</div>4.00000000000000GP0|#4e2301fe-6710-4624-81d9-02c289932729;L0|#04e2301fe-6710-4624-81d9-02c289932729|Criminal;GTSet|#f0004912-346b-4cda-81c5-04ab1bb4b34e;GPP|#db2210a7-625b-4bb0-9545-56e81bdfe48aGP0|#499f7782-4b33-4821-80b6-26774042c42e;L0|#0499f7782-4b33-4821-80b6-26774042c42e|Skills;GTSet|#f0004912-346b-4cda-81c5-04ab1bb4b34e;GPP|#6e96bd23-dbd4-4d09-9c3e-0aa09c84b5661667
CRI7350http://portal.vermontlaw.edu/Metacatalogs/Lists/Classes/DispForm.aspx?ID=1668CRI7350Criminal Law ClinicSaxman, Anna<div>This course gives students the opportunity to experience criminal practice in either prosecution or defense settings under the close supervision of our distinguished practitioner-faculty members.  Students will be placed in the prosecution, defense or appellate defense practice settings, and will receive classroom instruction once per week for two hours covering foundational aspects of Vermont criminal.  Students will then apply classroom concepts in real criminal cases, working under close supervision of the classroom faculty, Anna Saxman (Vermont Deputy Defender General) David Cahill (Deputy State’s Attorney, WRJ) and Brian Marsicovetere (Marsicovetere Law Group, PC) contracted to provide public defender services in Windsor County).<br>This is a 6 credit course:<br>2 credit hours of classroom – once a week for 2 hours; and<br>4 credit hours of clinic work – twice a week, on Tuesdays and Thursdays, for a total of 13 hours.<br>The course will be graded High Pass/Pass/Low Pass/Fail.<br>Enrollment is limited to 6 students.<br>This course satisfies the skills requirement.<br>Placements will be distributed as follows:<br>              Windsor County State’s Attorney’s Office (2 students)  Students will co-prosecute DUI and other misdemeanor cases.  Motions will be filed in court to admit students under the student practice rule.  Practical experience will include taking depositions, responding to, drafting, and arguing motions, examining and cross examining witnesses and participating in jury selection and trial.<br>Vermont Office of Defender General/ Appellate Defense (2 students)<br>            Students will be assigned 1 to 2 cases per semester. They will read the record, analyze the facts and the law, research, draft, and ultimately write the appellate brief in the case. The students may return to argue their cases before the Vermont Supreme Court the following semester under the student practice rules. <br>            Marsicovetere Law Group, PC/ Public Defender (2 students) Students in the clinic will be assigned specific misdemeanor cases and will be closely supervised throughout the process of each case, arraignment through disposition.  Students will experience the discovery process, research and draft applicable motions to suppress, dismiss, or compel further discovery, and, depending on the complexity of the motion, take part in the hearing accompanied by a supervising attorney.  If applicable, they will work on settlement negotiations with the state.  If the case proceeds on a trial track, then they will work with the supervising attorney in all aspects of trial preparation.</div>6.00000000000000GP0|#4e2301fe-6710-4624-81d9-02c289932729;L0|#04e2301fe-6710-4624-81d9-02c289932729|Criminal;GTSet|#f0004912-346b-4cda-81c5-04ab1bb4b34e;GPP|#db2210a7-625b-4bb0-9545-56e81bdfe48aGP0|#499f7782-4b33-4821-80b6-26774042c42e;L0|#0499f7782-4b33-4821-80b6-26774042c42e|Skills;GTSet|#f0004912-346b-4cda-81c5-04ab1bb4b34e;GPP|#6e96bd23-dbd4-4d09-9c3e-0aa09c84b5661668
REQ7140http://portal.vermontlaw.edu/Metacatalogs/Lists/Classes/DispForm.aspx?ID=1703REQ7140Criminal Law A & BGimenez,Clara<div></div>3.00000000000000GP0|#4e2301fe-6710-4624-81d9-02c289932729;L0|#04e2301fe-6710-4624-81d9-02c289932729|Criminal;GTSet|#f0004912-346b-4cda-81c5-04ab1bb4b34e;GPP|#db2210a7-625b-4bb0-9545-56e81bdfe48aGP0|#02a64ecc-8b08-4637-b4c1-74446f866f69;L0|#002a64ecc-8b08-4637-b4c1-74446f866f69|Lecture;GTSet|#f0004912-346b-4cda-81c5-04ab1bb4b34e;GPP|#6e96bd23-dbd4-4d09-9c3e-0aa09c84b5661703
CRI7307.Ahttp://portal.vermontlaw.edu/Metacatalogs/Lists/Classes/DispForm.aspx?ID=198CRI7307.ACriminal Practice and ProcedureSaxman,AnnaThe course will focus on the Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure and the 4th, 5th, 6th, 8th and 14th amendments to the U.S. Constitution. Students will examine the constitutional principles of criminal procedure and how those principles are actually utilized in practice. This course will give students the basic understanding of the theoretical underpinnings of constitutional criminal law and procedure while at the same time learning the practical application of theory to practice. The course curriculum will focus attention on: bail, search and seizure, the right against self-incrimination and involuntary confessions, discovery, Double Jeopardy, Confrontation Clause, the right to effective assistance of counsel, judgment of acquittal motions, jury instructions and sentencing. Students will have the opportunity to draft and argue motions in criminal pre-trial and trial litigation. This course is a blend of the practical and theoretical, and students can expect to leave this class knowing how to analyze factual scenarios using constitutional criminal law cases and the Rules. Students will be expected to argue motions in front of the class as well as serve as judge's ruling on the motions made in class. Students will have the opportunity to improve their legal analysis, writing and oral argument skills. GP0|#4427383a-57bf-428f-9c22-73669c71e517;L0|#04427383a-57bf-428f-9c22-73669c71e517|Graduate;GTSet|#cbbd7cb7-f9db-41d7-8603-54518e246b51GP0|#4e2301fe-6710-4624-81d9-02c289932729;L0|#04e2301fe-6710-4624-81d9-02c289932729|Criminal;GTSet|#f0004912-346b-4cda-81c5-04ab1bb4b34e;GPP|#db2210a7-625b-4bb0-9545-56e81bdfe48aGP0|#02a64ecc-8b08-4637-b4c1-74446f866f69;L0|#002a64ecc-8b08-4637-b4c1-74446f866f69|Lecture;GTSet|#f0004912-346b-4cda-81c5-04ab1bb4b34e;GPP|#6e96bd23-dbd4-4d09-9c3e-0aa09c84b566TR 5:25 - 7:10pm198
CRI7318.Ahttp://portal.vermontlaw.edu/Metacatalogs/Lists/Classes/DispForm.aspx?ID=199CRI7318.AWhite Collar CrimeTaub,JenniferWhite Collar Crime balances black letter law with current, high-profile examples of corporate felonies and fiascos. Topics include: conspiracy, mail fraud, wire fraud, securities fraud, perjury, obstruction of justice, RICO, tax fraud, money laundering, and environmental crimes. In addition, we'll cover administrative investigations, grand jury investigations, pleas, trials and sentencing. Method of evaluation: Take home exam or paper (AWR yes for paper) GP0|#4427383a-57bf-428f-9c22-73669c71e517;L0|#04427383a-57bf-428f-9c22-73669c71e517|Graduate;GTSet|#cbbd7cb7-f9db-41d7-8603-54518e246b51GP0|#4e2301fe-6710-4624-81d9-02c289932729;L0|#04e2301fe-6710-4624-81d9-02c289932729|Criminal;GTSet|#f0004912-346b-4cda-81c5-04ab1bb4b34e;GPP|#db2210a7-625b-4bb0-9545-56e81bdfe48aGP0|#02a64ecc-8b08-4637-b4c1-74446f866f69;L0|#002a64ecc-8b08-4637-b4c1-74446f866f69|Lecture;GTSet|#f0004912-346b-4cda-81c5-04ab1bb4b34e;GPP|#6e96bd23-dbd4-4d09-9c3e-0aa09c84b566TR 11:20 - 12:35pm199
CRI7350.Ahttp://portal.vermontlaw.edu/Metacatalogs/Lists/Classes/DispForm.aspx?ID=201CRI7350.ACriminal Law ClinicSaxman,AnnaThis course gives students the opportunity to experience criminal practice in either prosecution or defense settings under the close supervision of our distinguished practitioner-faculty members. Students will be placed in the prosecution, defense or appellate defense practice settings, and will receive classroom instruction once per week for two hours covering foundational aspects of Vermont criminal. Students will then apply classroom concepts in real criminal cases, working under close supervision of the classroom faculty, Anna Saxman (Vermont Deputy Defender General) David Cahill (Deputy State's Attorney, WRJ) and Brian Marsicovetere (Marsicovetere Law Group, PC) contracted to provide public defender services in Windsor County). This is a 6 credit course: 2 credit hours of classroom - once a week for 2 hours; and 4 credit hours of clinic work - twice a week, on Tuesdays and Thursdays, for a total of 13 hours. The course will be graded High Pass/Pass/Low Pass/Fail. Enrollment is limited to 6 students. This course satisfies the skills requirement. Placements will be distributed as follows: Windsor County State's Attorney's Office (2 students) Students will co-prosecute DUI and other misdemeanor cases. Motions will be filed in court to admit students under the student practice rule. Practical experience will include taking depositions, responding to, drafting, and arguing motions, examining and cross examining witnesses and participating in jury selection and trial. Vermont Office of Defender General/ Appellate Defense (2 students) Students will be assigned 1 to 2 cases per semester. They will read the record, analyze the facts and the law, research, draft, and ultimately write the appellate brief in the case. The students may return to argue their cases before the Vermont Supreme Court the following semester under the student practice rules. Marsicovetere Law Group, PC/ Public Defender (2 students) Students in the clinic will be assigned specific misdemeanor cases and will be closely supervised throughout the process of each case, arraignment through disposition. Students will experience the discovery process, research and draft applicable motions to suppress, dismiss, or compel further discovery, and, depending on the complexity of the motion, take part in the hearing accompanied by a supervising attorney. If applicable, they will work on settlement negotiations with the state. If the case proceeds on a trial track, then they will work with the supervising attorney in all aspects of trial preparation. 13.0000000000000GP0|#4427383a-57bf-428f-9c22-73669c71e517;L0|#04427383a-57bf-428f-9c22-73669c71e517|Graduate;GTSet|#cbbd7cb7-f9db-41d7-8603-54518e246b51GP0|#4e2301fe-6710-4624-81d9-02c289932729;L0|#04e2301fe-6710-4624-81d9-02c289932729|Criminal;GTSet|#f0004912-346b-4cda-81c5-04ab1bb4b34e;GPP|#db2210a7-625b-4bb0-9545-56e81bdfe48aGP0|#db210113-f007-46ea-9cbc-223295da9626;L0|#0db210113-f007-46ea-9cbc-223295da9626|Experiential;GTSet|#f0004912-346b-4cda-81c5-04ab1bb4b34e;GPP|#6e96bd23-dbd4-4d09-9c3e-0aa09c84b566W 5:25 - 7:25pm201
CRI7262.Ahttp://portal.vermontlaw.edu/Metacatalogs/Lists/Classes/DispForm.aspx?ID=29CRI7262.AConst Crim Procedure3.00000000000000A basic course on Constitutional Criminal Procedure, with comprehensive consideration of topics under the Fourth, Fifth, Sixth and Eighth Amendments to the U.S. Constitution.  Among the topics considered are search and seizure law including probable cause to search and arrest, the warrant requirement and its exceptions, and the exclusionary rule; custodial interrogation, confessions and the privilege against self-incrimination; double jeopardy; the right to counsel and effective assistance of counsel; the death penalty and the Eighth Amendment prohibition against cruel and unusual punishments; lineups and other forms of pretrial identification.7262Constitutional Criminal ProcedureGP0|#4427383a-57bf-428f-9c22-73669c71e517;L0|#04427383a-57bf-428f-9c22-73669c71e517|Graduate;GTSet|#cbbd7cb7-f9db-41d7-8603-54518e246b51GP0|#4e2301fe-6710-4624-81d9-02c289932729;L0|#04e2301fe-6710-4624-81d9-02c289932729|Criminal;GTSet|#f0004912-346b-4cda-81c5-04ab1bb4b34e;GPP|#db2210a7-625b-4bb0-9545-56e81bdfe48aGP0|#02a64ecc-8b08-4637-b4c1-74446f866f69;L0|#002a64ecc-8b08-4637-b4c1-74446f866f69|Lecture;GTSet|#f0004912-346b-4cda-81c5-04ab1bb4b34e;GPP|#6e96bd23-dbd4-4d09-9c3e-0aa09c84b566MW 12:45-2:00pm29
CRI7307.Ahttp://portal.vermontlaw.edu/Metacatalogs/Lists/Classes/DispForm.aspx?ID=292CRI7307.ACriminal Practice and ProcedureSaxman,AnnaThe course will focus on the Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure and the 4th, 5th, 6th, 8th and 14th amendments to the U.S. Constitution. Students will examine the constitutional principles of criminal procedure and how those principles are actually utilized in practice. This course will give students the basic understanding of the theoretical underpinnings of constitutional criminal law and procedure while at the same time learning the practical application of theory to practice. The course curriculum will focus attention on: bail, search and seizure, the right against self-incrimination and involuntary confessions, discovery, Double Jeopardy, Confrontation Clause, the right to effective assistance of counsel, judgment of acquittal motions, jury instructions and sentencing. Students will have the opportunity to draft and argue motions in criminal pre-trial and trial litigation. This course is a blend of the practical and theoretical, and students can expect to leave this class knowing how to analyze factual scenarios using constitutional criminal law cases and the Rules. Students will be expected to argue motions in front of the class as well as serve as judge's ruling on the motions made in class. Students will have the opportunity to improve their legal analysis, writing and oral argument skills.GP0|#4e2301fe-6710-4624-81d9-02c289932729;L0|#04e2301fe-6710-4624-81d9-02c289932729|Criminal;GTSet|#f0004912-346b-4cda-81c5-04ab1bb4b34e;GPP|#db2210a7-625b-4bb0-9545-56e81bdfe48aGP0|#02a64ecc-8b08-4637-b4c1-74446f866f69;L0|#002a64ecc-8b08-4637-b4c1-74446f866f69|Lecture;GTSet|#f0004912-346b-4cda-81c5-04ab1bb4b34e;GPP|#6e96bd23-dbd4-4d09-9c3e-0aa09c84b566TR 5:25 - 7:10pm292
CRI7313.Ahttp://portal.vermontlaw.edu/Metacatalogs/Lists/Classes/DispForm.aspx?ID=293CRI7313.ACapital Punishment SeminarMeyer,PhilipThis seminar examines capital punishment as a legal process, using interdisciplinary materials and theory, litigation documents including briefs and recordings of oral arguments, and appellate opinions. The seminar also employs written narratives, movies, and popular cultural images and artifacts to explore this subject matter. Diverse topics in the course may include: analyzing legal arguments for and against the death penalty (whether capital punishment does or does not violate the constitution); the court's ongoing attempts to articulate meaningful standards for deciding who deserves to die; the sociology of death row confinement; the methods of capital punishment (electrocution, lethal injection, etc.); the impact of capital punishment upon various actors (guards, judges, families of the executed, etc.); moral arguments for and against the death penalty; issues of age, race and gender and the death penalty; terrorism and the death penalty; theories of punishment and the death penalty; and the history of capital punishment in America. Satisfies perspective requirement. *Method of evaluation is based upon class participation and submission of a final paper. *The paper may satisfy the AWR requirement, with permission of the instructor. (The AWR paper is a longer research project and has different requirements.)GP0|#4e2301fe-6710-4624-81d9-02c289932729;L0|#04e2301fe-6710-4624-81d9-02c289932729|Criminal;GTSet|#f0004912-346b-4cda-81c5-04ab1bb4b34e;GPP|#db2210a7-625b-4bb0-9545-56e81bdfe48aGP0|#ba6a8949-beed-47cf-98c0-e2b6c177ad23;L0|#0ba6a8949-beed-47cf-98c0-e2b6c177ad23|Seminar;GTSet|#f0004912-346b-4cda-81c5-04ab1bb4b34e;GPP|#6e96bd23-dbd4-4d09-9c3e-0aa09c84b566M 3:35 - 5:15pm293
CRI7350.Ahttp://portal.vermontlaw.edu/Metacatalogs/Lists/Classes/DispForm.aspx?ID=294CRI7350.ACriminal Law ClinicSaxman,Anna6.00000000000000This course gives students the opportunity to experience criminal practice in either prosecution or defense settings under the close supervision of our distinguished practitioner-faculty members. Students will be placed in the prosecution, defense or appellate defense practice settings, and will receive classroom instruction once per week for two hours covering foundational aspects of Vermont criminal. Students will then apply classroom concepts in real criminal cases, working under close supervision of the classroom faculty, Anna Saxman (Vermont Deputy Defender General) David Cahill (Deputy State's Attorney, WRJ) and Brian Marsicovetere (Marsicovetere Law Group, PC) contracted to provide public defender services in Windsor County). This is a 6 credit course: 2 credit hours of classroom - once a week for 2 hours; and 4 credit hours of clinic work - twice a week, on Tuesdays and Thursdays, for a total of 13 hours. The course will be graded High Pass/Pass/Low Pass/Fail. Enrollment is limited to 6 students. This course satisfies the skills requirement Placements will be distributed as follows: Windsor County State's Attorney's Office (2 students) Students will co-prosecute DUI and other misdemeanor cases. Motions will be filed in court to admit students under the student practice rule. Practical experience will include taking depositions, responding to, drafting, and arguing motions, examining and cross examining witnesses and participating in jury selection and trial. Vermont Office of Defender General/ Appellate Defense (2 students) Students will be assigned 1 to 2 cases per semester. They will read the record, analyze the facts and the law, research, draft, and ultimately write the appellate brief in the case. The students may return to argue their cases before the Vermont Supreme Court the following semester under the student practice rules. Marsicovetere Law Group, PC/ Public Defender (2 students) Students in the clinic will be assigned specific misdemeanor cases and will be closely supervised throughout the process of each case, arraignment through disposition. Students will experience the discovery process, research and draft applicable motions to suppress, dismiss, or compel further discovery, and, depending on the complexity of the motion, take part in the hearing accompanied by a supervising attorney. If applicable, they will work on settlement negotiations with the state. If the case proceeds on a trial track, then they will work with the supervising attorney in all aspects of trial preparation. 6.00000000000000GP0|#4e2301fe-6710-4624-81d9-02c289932729;L0|#04e2301fe-6710-4624-81d9-02c289932729|Criminal;GTSet|#f0004912-346b-4cda-81c5-04ab1bb4b34e;GPP|#db2210a7-625b-4bb0-9545-56e81bdfe48aGP0|#db210113-f007-46ea-9cbc-223295da9626;L0|#0db210113-f007-46ea-9cbc-223295da9626|Experiential;GTSet|#f0004912-346b-4cda-81c5-04ab1bb4b34e;GPP|#6e96bd23-dbd4-4d09-9c3e-0aa09c84b566W 5:25 - 7:25pm294
CRI7307.Ahttp://portal.vermontlaw.edu/Metacatalogs/Lists/Classes/DispForm.aspx?ID=30CRI7307.ACriminal Practice and ProcedureMartinez Campbell,Michele4.00000000000000Skills-based course  focused on the Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure, the 4th, 5th, 6th and 8th amendments to the U.S. Constitution and the corresponding sections of the Vermont and New Hampshire Constitutions.  This course will give students the opportunity to develop insight into the theoretical underpinnings of constitutional criminal law and procedure while at the same time learning the practical application of theory to practice.  7307Criminal Practice & ProcedureGP0|#4427383a-57bf-428f-9c22-73669c71e517;L0|#04427383a-57bf-428f-9c22-73669c71e517|Graduate;GTSet|#cbbd7cb7-f9db-41d7-8603-54518e246b51GP0|#4e2301fe-6710-4624-81d9-02c289932729;L0|#04e2301fe-6710-4624-81d9-02c289932729|Criminal;GTSet|#f0004912-346b-4cda-81c5-04ab1bb4b34e;GPP|#db2210a7-625b-4bb0-9545-56e81bdfe48aGP0|#499f7782-4b33-4821-80b6-26774042c42e;L0|#0499f7782-4b33-4821-80b6-26774042c42e|Skills;GTSet|#f0004912-346b-4cda-81c5-04ab1bb4b34e;GPP|#6e96bd23-dbd4-4d09-9c3e-0aa09c84b566MWR 2:10-3:25pm30
CRI7307.Bhttp://portal.vermontlaw.edu/Metacatalogs/Lists/Classes/DispForm.aspx?ID=31CRI7307.BCriminal Practice and ProcedureSaxman,Anna4.00000000000000Skills-based course  focused on the Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure, the 4th, 5th, 6th and 8th amendments to the U.S. Constitution and the corresponding sections of the Vermont and New Hampshire Constitutions.  This course will give students the opportunity to develop insight into the theoretical underpinnings of constitutional criminal law and procedure while at the same time learning the practical application of theory to practice.  7307Criminal Practice & ProcedureGP0|#4427383a-57bf-428f-9c22-73669c71e517;L0|#04427383a-57bf-428f-9c22-73669c71e517|Graduate;GTSet|#cbbd7cb7-f9db-41d7-8603-54518e246b51GP0|#4e2301fe-6710-4624-81d9-02c289932729;L0|#04e2301fe-6710-4624-81d9-02c289932729|Criminal;GTSet|#f0004912-346b-4cda-81c5-04ab1bb4b34e;GPP|#db2210a7-625b-4bb0-9545-56e81bdfe48aGP0|#499f7782-4b33-4821-80b6-26774042c42e;L0|#0499f7782-4b33-4821-80b6-26774042c42e|Skills;GTSet|#f0004912-346b-4cda-81c5-04ab1bb4b34e;GPP|#6e96bd23-dbd4-4d09-9c3e-0aa09c84b566TR 5:25 - 7:10pm31
CRI7313.Ahttp://portal.vermontlaw.edu/Metacatalogs/Lists/Classes/DispForm.aspx?ID=32CRI7313.ACapital PunishmentMeyer,Phil2.00000000000000This seminar examines capital punishment as a legal process, using interdisciplinary materials and theory, litigation documents including briefs and recordings of oral arguments, and appellate opinions.  The seminar also employs written narratives, movies, and popular cultural images and artifacts to explore this subject matter.7313Capital Punishment SeminarGP0|#4427383a-57bf-428f-9c22-73669c71e517;L0|#04427383a-57bf-428f-9c22-73669c71e517|Graduate;GTSet|#cbbd7cb7-f9db-41d7-8603-54518e246b51GP0|#4e2301fe-6710-4624-81d9-02c289932729;L0|#04e2301fe-6710-4624-81d9-02c289932729|Criminal;GTSet|#f0004912-346b-4cda-81c5-04ab1bb4b34e;GPP|#db2210a7-625b-4bb0-9545-56e81bdfe48aGP0|#ba6a8949-beed-47cf-98c0-e2b6c177ad23;L0|#0ba6a8949-beed-47cf-98c0-e2b6c177ad23|Seminar;GTSet|#f0004912-346b-4cda-81c5-04ab1bb4b34e;GPP|#6e96bd23-dbd4-4d09-9c3e-0aa09c84b566M 3:35-5:15pm32
CRI7350.Ahttp://portal.vermontlaw.edu/Metacatalogs/Lists/Classes/DispForm.aspx?ID=33CRI7350.ACriminal Law ClinicSaxman,Anna6.00000000000000In this clinic students have the option of working either in the prosecution or in the defense of criminal law matters, under the supervision of experienced prosecutors and defense attorneys in Vermont.   All clinicians, regardless of assignment, meet together for a joint classroom component.7350Criminal Law ClinicGP0|#4427383a-57bf-428f-9c22-73669c71e517;L0|#04427383a-57bf-428f-9c22-73669c71e517|Graduate;GTSet|#cbbd7cb7-f9db-41d7-8603-54518e246b51GP0|#4e2301fe-6710-4624-81d9-02c289932729;L0|#04e2301fe-6710-4624-81d9-02c289932729|Criminal;GTSet|#f0004912-346b-4cda-81c5-04ab1bb4b34e;GPP|#db2210a7-625b-4bb0-9545-56e81bdfe48aGP0|#499f7782-4b33-4821-80b6-26774042c42e;L0|#0499f7782-4b33-4821-80b6-26774042c42e|Skills;GTSet|#f0004912-346b-4cda-81c5-04ab1bb4b34e;GPP|#6e96bd23-dbd4-4d09-9c3e-0aa09c84b566W 5:25-7:25pm33