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1 The Constitution and Criminal Procedure POL 3613 Department of Political Science, University of Central Oklahoma Spring 2015, D2L Online Course, CRN #26713 I. Instructor Information Keith Rollin Eakins, J.D., Ph.D. is a Professor of Political Science who earned a J.D. and Ph.D. from The Ohio State University. He has authored a number of peer reviewed journal articles, book chapters, book reviews and other publications concerning judicial politics and Constitutional law. He has been teaching at UCO since Office: Liberal Arts 102F, (voice mail checked infrequently, D2L is preferred communication) The Mail tool within the D2L course will be the primary source for communication. response time: I will respond to messages at this web site within 48 hours on Monday through Friday. Messages sent over the weekend will receive replies the following work week. Online and Campus Office Hours: Mon, Wed, Thurs 1-2pm, and by appointment. II. Course Description, Overview, Objectives and Prerequisites Course Description (UCO Course Catalog). An Analysis of principles of criminal law from the perspective of the criminal justice practitioner. Course Overview. This course will introduce you to the Supreme Court s interpretations of the constitutional principles governing the criminal justice process. We will begin with an overview of the criminal justice process. Then we will address a number of topics including: arrest; search and seizure; surveillance; entrapment; interrogation and confessions; lineups; plea bargaining; the admission of evidence at trial; fair trials; effective representation; and retrials. Each week will feature a module of assignments to complete. The module for each week must be completed prior to the following week. Week 16 will feature only a final exam. 1

2 Course Objectives. You will understand the Supreme Court s interpretations of the constitutional principles governing the criminal justice process. You will understand the steps of the criminal justice process. You will learn to read and understand Supreme Court case opinions You will develop a basic understanding of the constitutional law governing criminal procedure in the following areas: arrest; search and seizure; surveillance; entrapment; interrogation and confessions; lineups; plea bargaining; the admission of evidence at trial; fair trials; effective representation; and retrials. You will learn theories of constitutional interpretation and how they are applied by the Court. You will learn to critically analyze the justices reasoning and opinions You will analyze and understand shifts in Court doctrines. You will learn to apply your knowledge of the law, constitutional interpretation, and Court precedents to new fact scenarios and write about it clearly and persuasively. Course Prerequisites. ENG 1113 and 1213 III. Required Texts and Readings 1. Criminal Procedure and the Constitution: Leading Supreme Court Cases and Introductory Text (2013 Ed.), by Israel, Kamisar, LaFave, King and Primus. 2. Professor s Notes: You will be provided the professor s notes to read. IV. Course Requirements* *All Assigned Work Must Be Completed. In order to pass the course you must complete all the discussions, quizzes, final exam, and judicial opinion assignment. Failure to complete any of these course requirements will result in your receiving an F for the course. Weekly Discussion Questions. Class participation is essential, and both quality and quantity are important. Discussion accounts for 30% of your grade. Discussion postings will be assessed according to: 1) thoroughness of responses (500 words minimum); 2) demonstration of knowledge of subject matter; 3) sophistication of analysis; 4) clarity; and 5) grammar, spelling, punctuation and syntax. There will be a fixed window of time in which you can enter your discussion responses (they must be completed by the following Monday at 1pm) so please pay attention to it. Important: Submit your response as a Word (docx) file. Early in the semester I will assess your discussions posted thus far to let you know where you need improvement. After that, I won t assess them until the end of the semester, when I will assign you a final discussion score. Weekly Quizzes. For most of the modules you must take short quizzes comprised of multiple choice questions that test your knowledge of the readings and professor s notes. Cumulatively, the quizzes account for 40% of your grade. There will be a fixed window of time in which you can take the quizzes (they must be completed by the following Monday at 1pm) so please pay attention to it. Quiz Instructions: Your completion time is measured from when you click to begin the quiz to when you click to finish it. Questions must be answered in the order given. Question delivery occurs one at a time there are no revisits. If there is a technical problem with a quiz, take a screen shot and contact UCO Technology Resources Center, Final Exam. There is an essay-type final exam at the end of the semester that accounts for 30% of your grade. It must be completed by Tuesday of finals week. 2

3 V. *Course Evaluation Assessment Discussion Proportion of Grade 30% Quizzes 40% Final Exam 30% Grade Scale: % A; 89-80% B; 79-70% C; 69-60% D; <60% F. Grade Computation: I round up at 0.5 and down at 0.4 (e.g., a final score of 89.5 earns an "A." A final score of 89.4 earns "B"). *Failure to complete any of the required discussions, quizzes, judicial opinion, or final exam will result in an F for the course. VI. Course Policies This course will be conducted using D2L and it will not meet face-to-face. All Work Must Be Completed or Students Will Fail the Course. In order to pass the course, you must complete all the discussions, all the quizzes, the research paper, and the final exam. If you fail to complete any of the mentioned required assignments, you will receive an F for the course. No make-ups for the quizzes. In order to be fair to everyone, all students are required to take the quizzes and within the scheduled times. The quizzes will be timed, so pay attention to the length of time you have to complete them. Make-ups are NOT permitted unless there are exceptional circumstances (e.g. death in immediate family or incapacitating illness) and the student notifies the instructor BEFORE the quiz or exam time period has expired. Exceptional circumstances will require written documentation of that circumstance. I reserve the right to determine what constitutes an exceptional circumstance and whether a make-up quiz will be granted. Late assignments. To be fair to the majority of the students who get their work in on time, late assignments including both discussions and the final exam will be marked down ten percent for each late day. Reading. All reading assignments should be read prior to the week for which it is assigned. Be prepared to answer weekly quiz questions and to discuss the issues presented in the readings. All reading assignments are fair game for quiz and examination questions. Professor s Notes. I will post notes that will assist your reading of the text. This material is fair game for examination questions. Meeting and corresponding with your professor. 1. Use the COURSE Q&A for all questions other than those specific to your personal grade or circumstances. Likewise, I will post all information relating to the course in the COURSE Q&A and ANNOUNCEMENTS sections. 2. Use the course tool for questions specific to your personal grade or situation. 3

4 If you have a question that can be answered relatively quickly the tool and COURSE Q&A section is fine. However, if you have a complicated and involved question please make an appointment to see me in my office. Course questions and typically will be answered within 48 hours. Weekend s will not be answered until the following work week. Participation Policy. The course has been structured into sixteen sessions that follow the typical format of a traditional classroom environment with the coursework to be completed in online D2L course. While your participation is vital to the success of the teaching and learning environment in any course, it is critical in the online environment. Each section has been structured to follow the same format. YOU MUST KEEP UP! Failure to complete your assignments on time will result in your failing the course. In the online environment, I expect to "see" your presence and quality activity in each session. You must plan to spend time in the online course each week. According to Regents' policy, at the undergraduate level, this means that for each hour in class, a student is expected to spend at least three (3) hours doing homework. For a three credit hour class, a student is expected to spend nine (9) hours a week doing homework. (OSRHE II-2-34) Standards for Coursework. All written assignments are expected to meet college level standards of proficiency. Please pay attention to spelling, grammar and style. Academic dishonesty. Includes but is not limited to the "giving" and "taking" of improper assistance in examinations and assignments; not adhering to correct procedures for identification of sources in reports and essays and all creative endeavors; intentional misrepresentation; cheating; plagiarism; and unauthorized possession of examinations. The UCO Student Code of Conduct provides further details. Plagiarism. When a student submits any assignment for a course (written, oral, videotape, audiotape, photograph or Web Site), the student will submit entirely original work or will properly cite all sources utilized in the preparation of the assignment. Without proper citation, the student is guilty of plagiarism, which is not tolerated at UCO. UCO subscribes to the "TurnItIn" plagiarism prevention service. Students agree by taking this course that all required assignments may be subject to submission for a "TurnItIn" textual similarity review for the detection of plagiarism. All submitted assignments will be included as source documents in the Turnitin.com restricted access reference database for the purpose of detecting plagiarism. Use of the "TurnItIn" service is subject to the terms and conditions of use posted on the "TurnItIn" web site located at the following URL: More information concerning this policy can be found in the "UCO Code of Student Conduct" at the following URL: UCO UCOnnect Statement. The University of Central Oklahoma News and Networking Educational Communication Tool is a secure web site providing UCO students, faculty, and administrative staff with up-to-the minute campus communications. UConnect provides single log-on connections to check grades and schedules, add or drop classes, and access online course information. It's the official communication tool of the university, so students are expected to use their UConnect and/or D2L account regularly to remain current on campus information and activities and to receive communication from faculty and administrative offices. For additional information or help with your connection, contact Technology Support at

5 Technical Assistance. As I am not an IT specialist, please refer technical difficulties to Technology Support at Also, post questions in the COURSE Q&A section as other students may have had similar technical issues and figured them out. How do I get help with using D2L? There are a variety of options for getting help with using D2L: D2L Student Website: Full D2L Student Help Guide available in D2L Walk-up, phone, and assistance is available at the UCO Library Service Desk ADA Statement Regarding Special Accommodations. The University of Central Oklahoma complies with Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Americans with Disabilities Act of Students with disabilities who need special accommodations must contact the assistant director of Disability Support Services (DSS) in room 309 of the Nigh University Center or by telephone at It is the student's responsibility to contact the instructor as soon as possible after the DSS has verified the need for accommodations to ensure that such accommodations are implemented in a timely fashion. Emergencies During Finals. See syllabus attachment. Incompletes. Incompletes are allowed in very limited circumstances and require an advance agreement between student and professor concerning timelines for completion of coursework. See syllabus attachment. Syllabus Attachment: syllabus attachment VII. Departmental Policies Department of Political Science Policies. Students are held to the Student Code of Conduct: Course Alignment With Academic Mission. The Department of Political Science is committed to furthering the academic mission of the University community. This course directly incorporates the following Transformative Learning Goals: Discipline Knowledge by analyzing the substantive policy of the decisions of the Supreme Court regarding the powers of U.S. governmental institutions. Leadership by examining the impact of the decisions made by the Supreme Court and other players in the judicial process. Research, Scholarly and Creative Activities by analyzing the current knowledge in the field and synthesizing it in the form of a written term paper incorporating the students ideas for research. Service Learning and Civic Engagement Activities by acquiring the knowledge to become an informed voter, and the motivation to become an active participant in the political community. 5

6 VIII. *Course Outline *Each week features a module of assignments to complete. The module for each week must be completed prior to the following week. Week 1 Chapter 1 pp and Chapter 2 pp : An Introduction to the Criminal Justice Process; The Applicability of the Bill of Rights to the States Week 2 Chapter 3, pp : Arrest, Search and Seizure: The Exclusionary Rule; Protected Areas and Interests. Week 3 Chapter 3, pp : Arrest, Search and Seizure: Probable Cause; Search Warrants; Warrantless Arrest and Search of Persons; Week 4 Week 5 Week 6 Week 7 Week 8 Week 9 Week 10 Week 11 Week 12 Chapter 3, pp : Arrest, Search and Seizure: Warrantless Seizure and Search of Premises; Warrantless Seizure and Search of Vehicles and Effects; Chapter 3: : Arrest, Search and Seizure: Lesser Intrusions: Stop and Frisk; Inspections and Regulatory Searches; Consent Searches; Chapters 4 and 5, pp : Police Encouragement and the Defense of Entrapment; The Right to Counsel Chapter 6, pp : Police Interrogation and Confessions: (Pre-Miranda through Miranda) Chapter 6, pp : Police Interrogation and Confessions: Applying and Explaining Miranda; Chapter 6, pp : Police Interrogation and Confessions: (continued) SPRING BREAK: NO ASSIGNMENTS Chapters 7 and 8, pp : Pre-Trial Identification Procedures; Investigation by Subpoena Chapters 12 and 13, pp : Speedy Trial; The Duty to Disclose Week 13 Chapter 14 pp ; Chapter 16 pp ; Chapter 17 pp ; Plea Bargaining; Fair Trial/Free Press; The Role of Counsel. Week 14 Week 15 Chapter 18, pp : The Trial CATCH UP AND STUDY Week 16 FINAL EXAMINATION: Must be completed by Tuesday May 5 th 6

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