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CRJU 8710: Legal Aspects of Criminal Justice

Emphasizes the constitutionalization of the criminal justice process with special attention to the Supreme Court of the United States.

Law Reviews


Law Reviews & Journals are another great secondary source for researchers looking to start and expand upon their research.  Reviews and journals are the primary forum for legal scholarship in the academic legal community.  Generally the articles included in these publications are written by law professors, judges, legal scholars, and law students.  These articles contain a wealth of information, including footnotes that cite to primary authority and other secondary resources.

Here are two good places for locating law review articles:

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