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CRIMINAL LAW. PREREQUISITE LEJ 101. JEFF WILSON. [email protected] 847-825-7744 Office 773-718-1200 Cell 617 Devon, Park Ridge IL. Office Hours: Class Room H122D 6:00 or earlier before class or By appointment at my office. So you want to be a Law Enforcement Professional.

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Criminal law

CRIMINAL LAW

PREREQUISITE

LEJ 101


Jeff wilson
JEFF WILSON

  • [email protected]

  • 847-825-7744 Office

  • 773-718-1200 Cell

  • 617 Devon, Park Ridge IL.

  • Office Hours:

    Class Room H122D

    6:00 or earlier before class or

    By appointment at my office




  • Free of Color Blindness

  • Vision Correctable to 20/20

  • Ability to pass power strength agility test

  • No Amputations

  • Be over 25 yoa and less than 35 yoa

  • Must be a US Citizen

  • Must be able to possess FOID Card

  • Must possess a valid Illinois Driver’s License

  • Free of any felony or domestic violence conviction

  • Free of any drug and/or alcohol violations

  • Free of and “moral turpitude” conviction, theft, sex crimes, gambling, habitual drug or alcohol use, etc.


Terry v ohio

Terry v. Ohio

392 U.S. 1, 88 S.Ct. 1968


Miranda v arizona 384 u s 436

Miranda v. Arizona384 U.S. 436

Miranda v. Arizona (No. 759) 98 Ariz. 18, 401 P.2d 721; 15 N.Y.2d 970, 207 N.E.2d 527; 16 N.Y.2d 614, 209 N.E.2d 110; 342 F.2d 684, reversed; 62 Cal.2d 571, 400 P.2d 97, affirmed


People v. Luedemann, No. 2-03-1303 (IL 5/10/2005) (IL, 2005) People v. Luedemann, 293 Ill.Dec. 385, 828 N.E.2d 355, 357 Ill. App.3d 411 (IL, 2005) 828 N.E.2d 355


Why have laws
Why have laws?

  • Regulate behavior

  • Social Control

  • Squares v. Predators


Criminal v civil
Criminal v. Civil

  • Criminal Law

    • The State prosecutes the case

    • Proof beyond a reasonable doubt

    • Incarceration, governmental monitoring, death penalty

  • Civil Law = Lawsuit

    • Private party (you can sue anybody)

    • Preponderance of the evidence

    • Compensation or money damages


Civil law
Civil Law

  • How much, if at all, has the defendant injured the plaintiff.

  • What remedy, if any, is appropriate to compensate plaintiff


Criminal law1
Criminal Law

  • To what extent, if at all, has defendant injured society

  • What sentence, if any, is necessary to punish the defendant.



Purposes of criminal law
Purposes of Criminal Law

  • Retribution or revenge

  • Incapacitation

  • Deterrence

  • Reformation or Rehabilitation

  • Compensation

  • Disproportionality


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