Fall Semester
Lecture Title
1.0.1: Case file Semester 1
1.0: Introduction to the Socratic Method
1.1: Why Adversarial Proceedings
1.2: Types of Adversarial Proceedings and Essential Components of Adversarial Proceedings
1.3: Criminal Procedure Overview, Part 1
1.4: Criminal Procedure Overview, Part 2
2.1: Sources of Law
2.2: The Role of Civic Virtue and the Rule of Law in Society
2.3: Individuals Rights of the Criminally Accused in a Free Society, Part 1
2.4: Individuals Rights of the Criminally Accused in a Free Society, Part 2
3.1: The Jury Trial, Part 1
3.2: The Jury Trial, Part 2
3.3: Plea Bargaining
3.4: Jury Selection and Duties of a Juror
4.1: Constitutional Motions
4.2: Opening Statements
4.3: Closing Arguments
4.4: Cross Examination
5.1: Freedom to Choose: Why Did We Choose to be Legal Professionals
5.2: Sacrificing and Being Honest are the Best Things I Can Do for my Country
5.3: The Role of an Independent Court is to Value Personal Liberty Over Social Order
5.4: One Person is Able to Make a Difference in Society
Spring Semester
Lecture Title
1.0.1: Case file Semester 2
1.1: Supremacy of the Constitution
1.2: The Rules of Evidence
1.3: Introduction of the case
1.4: Making Objections in an Adversarial System
2.1: Introduction of Exhibits and Witness Preparation
2.2: Direct Examination Techniques
2.3: Cross Examination Techniques
2.4: Impeachment, Redirect, and Recross
3.1: Developing a Theory of the Case
3.2: The Importance of Oral Advocacy
3.3: Opening Statements
3.4. Closing Argument Techniques