- Define the general principles of the Bill of Rights, and the Due Process Clause of the 14th Amendment of the United States Constitution.
- Describe the relationship between the Constitution and practices of criminal justice.
- Identify and describe landmark Supreme Court cases related to criminal justice.
- Review the Viewing Guide for Constitutional Principle: Rule of Law***
- Watch The Story of the Bill of Rights (16:21 min)***
- Read the Annenberg Guide United States Constitution and the Bill of Rights***
- Complete the “After you watch” questions from the Viewing Guide for Constitutional Principle: Rule of Law***
- Review the Objectives, Roles and Limits (Sec 1.2) Lecture and Key Terms**
- Review the Criminal Justice Processes (Sec 1.4) Lecture and Key Terms**
- Review the Criminal Justice Processes (Sec 1.5) Lecture and Key Terms**
- Review the Dual Federalism (2.1) Lecture and Key Terms**
- Complete the BlackBoard Quizzes for lectures and Key Terms (Sec 1.2 ; 1.4, 1.5; and 2.1)
- Read Crime, Criminal Justice, and Criminology (1.7 – 1.9; 1.11)
- Complete the Crime Control and Due Process Models Exercise*
- Complete the Wedding Cake Model Exercise*
*Introduction to the American Criminal Justice System: Open Oregon Educational Resources
**Criminal Justice: An Overview of the System: Adam McKee
***Annenberg Classroom – The Annenberg Public Policy Center, University of Pennsylvania