Organized CrimeThis course will focus on selected legal and practical issues that arise from investigation, prosecution and defense of organized crime groups. Topics will include defining organized crime, choosing an investigative target, the concept of entrapment, electronic surveillance, the use of informants and undercover agents, RICO, OCCA, money laundering, forfeiture, the federal witness protection program, anonymous juries and the right to counsel of choice. Federal law will be compared to New York State law with a view towards examining their differences and how those differences have an impact on choosing whether to investigate and prosecute federally or in the New York State system. The course will include panel discussions with agents, prosecutors and defense counsel.
Does this course satisfy the writing requirement? Yes
Does this course satisfy the skills requirement? No
Does this course have a waitlist? No
|Partial list of professors who teach or have taught this course:|
|Roth, James||Spring 2010|
|Seidel, Eric||Spring 2010, Spring 2011|