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LAW5119 Advanced Criminal Procedure

Semester 3, 2022 Online
Units : 0.25
Faculty or Section : Faculty of Business, Education, Law and Arts
School or Department : School of Law and Justice
Student contribution band : Band 4
Grading basis : Graded
Version produced : 27 June 2022

Overview

Advanced Criminal Procedure is a course available to current students in, or graduates of, the Bachelor of Laws or Juris Doctor program, and (1) who have not completed LAW1112 Legal Writing and Research or LAW5112 Advanced Legal Writing and Research, but (2) have completed LAW1121 Criminal Law or LAW5121 Advanced Criminal Law. It is intended to enable those students or graduates to complete the Elements of Criminal Procedure topic of the Criminal Law and Procedure area of knowledge under the Supreme Court (Admission) Rules 2004 (Qld). It is approved by the Legal Practitioners Admissions Board (Qld) as meeting the requirements of the Elements of Criminal Procedure topic of the Criminal Law and Procedure area of knowledge. The course therefore deals with the classification of offences, process to compel appearance, bail, preliminary examination and trial of indictable offences.

This course deals with Elements of Criminal Procedure, specifically the classification of offences, process to compel appearance, bail, preliminary examination and trial of indictable offences.

Course learning outcomes

On successful completion of this course students should be able to:

  1. Demonstrate [explain and apply] an advanced and integrated understanding of a complex body of knowledge relevant to the elements of criminal procedure and its underlying principles and concepts (TLO 1).

Topics

Description Weighting(%)
1. Classification of offences 20.00
2. Process to compel appearance 20.00
3. Bail 20.00
4. Preliminary examination 20.00
5. Trial of indictable offences 20.00
Date printed 27 June 2022