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American University Washington College of Law    
  Feb 21, 2018
2013-2014 Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

LAW - 694 Criminal Trial Advocacy

(3 hrs.)

Controlled simulation clinics in which trial litigation skills development is patterned on litigation practice in the federal courts. Students participate as prosecutors and defense attorneys. These student attorneys are responsible for preparation and trial presentations, including developing case theory; trial tactics; and conduct of cases to verdict, including suppression motions, impaneling juries, opening statements, direct and cross-examination of witnesses, and closing arguments to jury. Prerequisite: Criminal Law (LAW-507). Corequisites: Criminal Procedure I (LAW-508) and Evidence (LAW-633) are required as a prerequisite or a corequisite. Aaronson, Algeo, Beard, E.Christian, Creighton, Fredrickson, D. Gansler, Helfand, Lippy, Mason, Raker, Rupp, Stein, E. Sullivan, Schmitt, Woodward Fall