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ADM JUS-110 - Principles and Procedures - Robert Gasior

Course:Principles and Procedures
Professor:Robert Gasior
  • Online
Course Length:
  • Applies to All Course Lengths


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Welcome!  I recently retired as a sergeant from the Los Angeles Police Department after serving over 29 years and have worked a variety of assignments from patrol, gangs, bikes and community relations.  I have also taught Arrest and Control Techniques (ground grappling) and Active Shooter Response to members of my department.  I have a Bachelor’s Degree in Criminal Justice and a Master’s Degree in Public Administration from California State University Northridge.  I also spent 13 years in the US Marine Corps and served 2 combat tours in Iraq. I am originally from New Jersey and am an avid New York Mets and New York Giants fan.  

Course Description

This course examines due process in criminal proceedings from pre-arrest through trial and the appeal process using statutory law and state and federal constitutional law precedents.  Includes an in-depth study of each primary segment of the administration of justice system.

What to Expect in this Course

This course is entirely online.  There will be weekly discussion boards as well as weekly quizzes.  In addition, there will be a mid-term and final exam.  Approximately one week prior to the start of the class, I will publish the canvas class which will include detailed information about the class along with timelines as well as the class syllabus. 

Textbook Information

Criminal Procedure: Law and Practice, 10th Edition, 2017

ISBN: 978-1-305-57736-7.      Author: Rolando V. del Carmen

Additional Resources


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Last updated: 02/21/2023 Sub#: 1557