Audio reviews for the 7 core subjects will appear in this space throughout each semester. These reviews are not exhaustive, and should not be treated as comprehensive, or “all you need to know.”
Students are free to follow up with their respective professors for additional clarity or to ask any questions they might have about the audio below. Audio review files are provided to assist students who wish to use their commute time to review, revisit or refresh certain topics, as well as to supplement a professor’s already-distributed materials throughout the course of the semester.
Professor Devlin – Business Entities & Operations
Homicide Audio Lecture
Voluntary Manslaughter Audio Lecture
Involuntary Manslaughter Audio Lecture
Accomplice Liability and Solicitation Audio Lecture
Attempt & Conspiracy Audio Lecture
Additional (optional but recommended) audio that should be listened to:
Rape and Kidnapping Audio Lecture
Theft Crime (Part 2) Audio Lecture
False Pretense & and Crimes Against Property
Assault and Battery Audio Lecture
Theft Crimes Audio Lecture
Electronic Surveillance and Secret Agents
Lineups and Other Pre-Trial Identification Procedures
Comp Evidence Review Day, Final Questions Review Part 1
Comp Evidence Review Night, Final Questions Review Part 2
Comparison Class Audio Review Fall 2018
Comparison Class Audio Review Spring 2018
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