Well, even though classes don’t officially start until tomorrow, I’m already up and running and beginning to dig into the readings for my classes. Here’s what I’ll be playing with this quarter:
LAJ302: Criminal Procedure
A review of guidelines for police arrest, search, interrogation and identification procedures based upon rules of criminal procedure derived from the U.S. Constitution.
LAJ400: Research Methods in Criminal Justice
This course examines current research in criminal justice and research methods and statistics. Students will critique current methods.
LAJ403: Sexual Minorities, the Law, and Justice
This course examines sexuality, homosexuality, bisexuality, and transgender/transexual issues related to the legal system. It provides a political and sociological overview of history, morality, law, and law enforcement practices related to sexual orientation.
Plus, I’m TA’ing for LAJ300 (Administration of Criminal Justice), which I just took this last quarter, and tutoring in the Writing Center four days a week. I’ll be busy, but it looks to be an interesting quarter.