Pretrial Advocacy: Criminal - LAW 673

3 Hours

This course provides students the opportunity to learn about and engage in the pretrial process in the context of a criminal case, including investigating facts, examining the grand jury and indictment process, handling preliminary hears and bond issues, and arguing pretrial motions.  This course requires regular participation by students in written and oral advocacy exercises.



Spring 2019 Section 001
Professor Joel L. Sogol
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Fall 2018 Section 001
Professor Mary Turner
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Spring 2018 Section 001
Professor Joel L. Sogol
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Fall 2017 Section 001
Professor Mary Turner
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Spring 2017 Section 001
Professor Joel L. Sogol
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Fall 2016 Section 001
Professor Mary Turner
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Spring 2016 Section 001
Professor Joel L. Sogol
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Fall 2015 Section 001
Professor Mary Turner
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Spring 2015 Section 001
Professor Joel L. Sogol
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Fall 2014 Section 001
Professor Mary Turner
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Spring 2014 Section 001
Professor Joel L. Sogol
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Spring 2014 Section 001
Professor Joel L. Sogol
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Fall 2013 Section 001
Professor Mary Turner
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Spring 2013 Section 001
Professor Joel L. Sogol
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Fall 2012 Section 001
Professor Mary Turner
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Spring 2012 Section 001
Professor Joel L. Sogol
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Fall 2011 Section 001
Professor Mary Turner
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Spring 2011 Section 001
Professor Joel L. Sogol
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Fall 2010 Section 001
Professor Mary Turner
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