Constitutional Law: Civil Liberties—Police Interrogations & Your Right to Remain Silent
The course is taught in law school format by an attorney. You will learn your Constitutional rights that apply when the police want to question you. The course covers the U.S. Constitution and case law regarding the following: the 5th Amendment right not to incriminate yourself, the 6th Amendment right to have an attorney present during interrogation/questioning and when these rights are triggered. The course also covers the legal history of the right to remain silent. Instructor: Robert Montano, 4 hours. Room 1620
CS 167-50 Sat April 5–May 3 11 a.m.–Noon Fee: $50
No class: 4/19
Please contact the Continuing Education office at 619-482-6376 for registration information.