The U.S. Constitution is examined as a basis of arrest, search, seizure, interrogation, use of force and civil rights. U.S. Supreme Court cases
and Hawai‘i Court cases are examined to illustrate the court’s interpretive process.
Constitutional Law & Criminal Justice
By Cliff Roberson
CRC Press Publisher
BOOK INFO: Students should purchase books through the UH Bookstore by calling 1-808-932-7394 or choose the "Hilo Bookstore" link online at http://www.bookstore.hawaii.edu
This is a VideoConference Class with the instructor located in Hilo.
Students should go to https://laulima.hawaii.edu and log in with their UH username and password on or 1-2 days before the first class date. Students may email instructor with any questions. (email@example.com)