BLB1101 - Australian Legal System in Context
BLB1114 - Legal Research Methods
|1.||Critically review the general principles relating to criminal procedure and sentencing in problem solving and decision making;|
|2.||Adapt and apply doctrines of precedent and rules of statutory interpretation to contemporary problems in criminal investigation and sentencing using inductive and deductive thought processes;|
|3.||Justify the resolution of problems using case and statute law as authorities with creativity and intellectual independence.|
|4.||Critically evaluate theories and policies relating to criminal procedure and sentencing in the context of liberal concepts of the state and the individual and varying concepts of justice.|
|Test||Quiz x 2||20%|
Criminal Investigation and Procedure in Victoria (http://library.vu.edu.au/record=b4123072) 3rd ed
Corns, Christopher,2019 eBook
Criminal Procedure Act
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