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The ExpertRating Online Law Course (Criminal Law-II)
(leading to ExpertRating Law Course Certification (Criminal Law-II )).

Explore the very real world of prosecutors, defense attorneys and detectives in this fascinating explanation of every phase of a criminal prosecution, in this course that continues an examination of criminal law. This course reveals how law enforcement officers investigate a criminal case and examines issues regarding warrants, indictment and the trial of a criminal suspect.
 

Along the way, the instructor (a former major-felony prosecutor) will dispel some of the common myths about criminal law and reveals the often-ignored but fascinating world of day-to-day criminal practice. Each lesson investigates a particular phase of a criminal case, from both the prosecution and defense viewpoints, including actual court documents to illustrate the procedural steps that all criminal cases follow, from arrest to appeal.
 

The instructor uses his extensive experience as an Assistant District Attorney (including appearances on Court TV) to explain criminal prosecution in an entertaining and engrossing manner. Throughout the course, you will encounter a wide variety of characters, from the defendant who refused to wear clothing during his trial, to timid armed robbers and charming burglars, all of whom help explain various aspects of the criminal justice system in a manner that many students have found enthralling.

This course, an excellent follow-up to Introduction to Criminal Law, focuses on important issues and Constitutional provisions, but never forgets that law is, ultimately, about people.

Buy the ExpertRating Online Law Course (Criminal Law-II)- $129.99

This course includes a knowledgeable and caring instructor who will guide you through your lessons, facilitate discussions, and answer your questions. The instructor for this course will be Neal Bevans.

Neal Bevans

About the ExpertRating Online Law Course (Criminal Law-II) instructor :Neal Bevans is a former Assistant District Attorney. A veteran of over 150 trials, Bevans has tried every major felony from rape, murder, and narcotics to armed robbery. One of his cases was televised nationally on Court TV. He has a Juris Doctor degree from the University of Georgia (Order of the Barrister) and has been a college instructor for over 10 years. He has also presented numerous seminars to medical professionals about the legal field, including training seminars for legal nurse consultants and sexual assault nurse examiners. In addition to practicing real estate law, he also worked as a title examiner and bought and sold real estate investment properties. An author of fiction and nonfiction material, his textbook Criminal Law and Procedure for Paralegals, was published in 2002. His second textbook, Tort Law for Legal Assistants, was published in 2003. He has also published numerous magazine articles about many aspects of the legal and medical fields, including articles focusing on developing a legal nurse consulting practice. He is also a contributing columnist to Legal Assistant Today magazine.

 Online Criminal Law Course requirements: For taking this instructor led ExpertRating Online Law Course (Criminal Law-II) you need Completion of Neal Bevans' Introduction to Criminal Law is recommended, but not required. Internet access, e-mail, and the Microsoft Internet Explorer or Mozilla Firefox Web browser.

 Testimonials: The has received overwhelming positive feedback and reviews from students around the world. Here are a few:
 

"An excellent course, full of good information, presented in an engaging way. AWESOME course; AWESOME instructor. I LOVED THIS CLASS! Instructor made everything simple to understand, yet very interesting. Everyone who lives in our country should understand these basics of law."

"Enjoyed the class. Thanks. The only thing that I would add to this course would be more questions on the quizzes, otherwise the course was great and I loved it."

"Great Course! I really enjoy the courses that this instructor offers. His style of teaching keeps my interest and makes the material easy to learn and follow."

"I enjoyed this class a great deal. The class was very insightful. I loved his stories of cases. I would recommend this class to anyone. I will take another class by him again."

"I enjoyed this course and the instructor very much. Lessons are easy to read and understand. I plan to take more classes in this field."

"I found the course highly interesting. I have certainly gained a better understanding of the criminal procedure process and have done away with many of the misconceptions that most of us have about our criminal justice system. Let me know if there's a criminal law III."

"I really enjoyed this course and the instructor. I felt he was very knowledgeable and he always responded to my questions. I learned a lot about criminal procedure."

"I would recommend this class to anyone. I wish this Instructor could teach the rest of the classes that I need to take. He uses real life situations to put his point across."

"Thank you so much. I liked how you incorporated your actual experiences along with the text. It really helped me not only understand the concepts, but also kept me very interested."

 

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(leading to ExpertRating Law Course Certification (Criminal Law-II))

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 With ExpertRating you get certified quickly online and you are equipped with a store house of information through the in-depth ExpertRating Online Law Course (Criminal Law-II) Courseware which has been developed by experienced Law Experts.

 The ExpertRating Law Course Certification (Criminal Law-II) is by far the best value for money instructor led Law Course Program at $129.99.

    

Some Popular questions and answers about this ExpertRating Online Law Course (Criminal Law-II) & course:

 How much does the Law Course Certification (Criminal Law-II) cost and what does it include?

You can buy this ExpertRating Online Law Course (Criminal Law-II) leading to Law Course Certification (Criminal Law-II) at a special offer price of only $129.99 which includes the in-depth ExpertRating Online Law Course (Criminal Law-II) courseware and exam fee. This is the best value for money Criminal Law Program available till date. You get the following services within the USD $129.99 fee.

     In-depth  ExpertRating Online Law Course (Criminal Law-II) Courseware including scenarios and case studies.

     An instructor to guide you through the course and to whom you can direct your questions.

     World wide airmail delivery of the hard copy Law Course Certificate. The Law Course Certificate can be used to prove your certified status and does not mention the words "online".

     An online transcript that can be used to prove your certified credentials on the internet at any time.

How do I get certified?

The process of getting yourself certified is very simple. All you have to do is buy the ExpertRating Online Law Course (Criminal Law-II) for $129.99. Log in to the instructor led course using your password. Go through the ExpertRating Online Law Course (Criminal Law-II) courseware (which would take you 6 weeks) and complete the final Law Course Certification (Criminal Law-II) exam at your convenience. You can complete the exam within 2 months of buying the Law Course Certification (Criminal Law-II). The result of the exam appears as soon as it is completed, and your Law Course Certificate is mailed immediately.

What learning aids will I get?

The ExpertRating Online Law Course (Criminal Law-II) includes the following learning aids:

24 x 7 hour access to the courseware. A printer friendly version of the ExpertRating Online Law Course (Criminal Law-II) is also provided

A friendly instructor to answer your questions online

A discussion area to have your questions answered

Chapter end quizzes to ensure that you are learning important aspects of every chapter

Chapter assignments to help you practically use the Law Course that you will learn during the Business Management Course.

What is the final exam like?

The final exam is fully based upon the   ExpertRating Online Law Course (Criminal Law-II) courseware that is provided along with the Law Course Certification (Criminal Law-II). If you have gone through the courseware properly you should not have a problem clearing the exam. The exam consists of multiple choice questions from all chapters of the ExpertRating Online Law Course (Criminal Law-II) Courseware.

What are the course start dates?

ExpertRating instructor led courses commence every month, you can always choose a suitable date for your course commencement in any month. To see available course start dates, please click on the "Enroll now" button. All courses run for six weeks, with a two-week grace period at the end. Two lessons are released each week for the six-week duration of the course. You do not have to be present when the lesson is released, but you must complete each lesson within two weeks of its release.

A new section of each course starts on the second or third Wednesday of each month. If enrolling in a series of two or more courses please be sure to space the start date for each course at least two months apart.

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According to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics, in May 2006, the median annual earnings of all wage-and-salaried lawyers were $102,470.

Criminal law provides many legal protections for those who have been accused of crimes, in order to ensure that innocent people do not get convicted. If you have been accused of a crime it is absolutely essential that you are represented by a criminal lawyer.  The state is legally required to provide a defendant with an attorney, however many people prefer to hire a private criminal defense lawyer. 


 

Both sides begin the trial by making opening statements to the jury.  The prosecution presents its case first.  After both sides have made their closing arguments, the jury begins deliberation.  If a guilty verdict has been reached, the judge determines what punishment will be administered.  The sentencing is influenced by statutory law, legal precedent and the specific facts of the case. It is possible to appeal a guilty verdict to a higher court.  A criminal defense lawyer can help you appeal your case. The ExpertRating Criminal Law Certification course will teach you the nuances of the criminal law.

ExpertRating Online Law Course (Criminal Law-II) Coverage (6 weeks program)  

Week One

Wednesday - Lesson 01

This lesson will start the journey into the world of prosecutors, detectives, and defense attorneys. You'll see the real world of criminal justice and understand the all-important steps that a criminal case must follow but Hollywood routinely ignores. You'll understand how police obtain a confession and what they can do with it. You'll find out how police investigate a crime scene and the real protocols they must follow to gather evidence. This lesson will also consider an area of criminal law that's rife with misconceptions: arrest. When exactly is a person considered under arrest and what effect does that have on the prosecution?

Friday - Lesson 02

Have you ever wondered exactly what a search warrant is and under what circumstances police need one to search your car or your home? You'll find out in this lesson. This lesson will also examine some of those mysterious concepts you hear about all the time on television, such as "plainview" and "contraband." Finally, you'll learn how drug dogs contribute to searches and see how the famous "exclusionary rule" prevents unconstitutionally seized evidence from being used at trial.

Week Two

Wednesday - Lesson 03

Do the police have to tell you that you're under arrest? Are they required to let you know what you're charged with before an arrest is legal? What are the consequences when an arrest is considered to be illegal or unconstitutional? Did you know that an arrest is considered legal even if the police don't read you your Miranda rights? This lesson will get into the nitty-gritty of arrest law. You'll see how television and movies present a completely distorted picture of the consequences of an arrest.

Friday - Lesson 04

In the hearings following an arrest, can prosecutors use hearsay testimony, unconstitutionally seized evidence, and ignore the rules of evidence? The answer is yes. If that answer surprises you, then you need to learn more about initial appearance hearings and preliminary hearings. All states have them. They're conducted shortly after a person is placed under arrest. However, many of the rules that are associated with trials are waived for these hearings. When you finish this lesson, you'll understand why.

Week Three

Wednesday - Lesson 05-

There's a group of citizens that has the power to dismiss criminal cases. This group has been a feature of American and English law for over a thousand years. Yet most people know next to nothing about it. This group is the grand jury and it has sweeping powers. In this lesson you'll learn how the grand jury functions, and why its role in the criminal justice system is so important. You'll see that the grand jury has a great deal of power, including the power to subpoena individuals and force them to testify. You'll also discover how the grand jury uses indictments to bring criminal charges against individuals.

Friday - Lesson 06

You've seen CSI and lots of other law shows, but do you really know how prosecutors and detectives collect and use evidence? By the time you finish this lesson, you will. You'll see how detectives gather evidence, including physical evidence (such as blood spatter and DNA), as well as testimonial evidence (like the defendant's confession and witness statements). You'll also find out how the prosecution uses this evidence to prove the case against the defendant in the trial. Along the way, this lesson will dispel some of the more common misconceptions as it looks at the use of circumstantial evidence and exactly what hearsay evidence is.

Week Four

Wednesday - Lesson 07

Everyone has heard the Miranda rights thousands of times. Every night, TV detectives read them to suspects. But how much do you actually know about interrogation techniques and the rights suspects have when they're being questioned? Did you know that every day in the United States, thousands are arrested and never read Miranda rights? Yet these arrests are perfectly legal. The focus of this lesson is to introduce you to interrogation techniques, what exactly the Miranda rights are, and when they're supposed to be used.

Friday - Lesson 08

When do suspects have the right to remain silent? Can they be put in photographic or physical lineups and shown to witnesses? Is it a violation of constitutional principles to make a suspect read a prepared statement to a witness? After completing this lesson, you'll have a firm grasp on identification techniques—how police use them, and what their limitations are.

Week Five

Wednesday - Lesson 09

What exactly is a plea bargain? What is the purpose of an arraignment? Can a defense attorney force his or her client to plead guilty even when the client doesn't want to? In this lesson, you'll step inside the offices of district and defense attorneys. You'll get an inside view of plea-bargaining and why it's absolutely essential to the functioning of the criminal justice system. When you're done, you'll understand exactly why prosecutors offer defendants deals and why defendants accept them.

Friday - Lesson 10

If prosecutors know something about a case that's helpful to the defendant, are they obliged to let the defendant know it? How much of the state's file is the defendant allowed to see? What information is the defendant required to give prosecutors prior to trial? These are all questions that deal with discovery—the process of exchanging information between the parties in a case. In this lesson you'll get a detailed list of information that police and prosecutors must provide to the defendant, as well as information that the defense must supply to the government.

Week Six

Wednesday - Lesson 11

Does Law & Order get it right? Are the trials you see every night on television even remotely like the trials that occur in the real world? Wouldn't you love to know how real trials work? This lesson will walk you through the various stages of criminal trials, showing you how different they are from what you see on TV.

Friday - Lesson 12

When a defendant is convicted, what are his or her chances of winning on appeal? How, exactly, does an appeal work? Is the deck stacked against the defendant? These are the issues that will be dealt with in this final lesson. You'll see how appeals progress, and realize that despite what you see on TV, most defendants lose their appeals. This lesson will also explore the Supreme Court—how it functions in criminal cases, and the process involved in bringing a death penalty appeal.

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