This course is designed to give students a comprehensive knowledge about the main legal institutions involved in criminal proceedings. Specifically, the following issues will be considered: a) Constitutional principles involved in criminal proceedings; b) Judicial protection; c) Criminal proceedings regulation as a tool for the protection and enforcement of: Ius puniendi, and victims and defendant's rights; d) Investiagion phase; e) Trial; f) Appeal; g) Special procedures;
1. Modifications to the contents
The contents won't be modified.
*Teaching methodologies that are maintained
The general methodological structure will be kept. Obviously, classes will be adapted to Teams, either theortetical classes and case resolution sessions.
*Teaching methodologies that are modified
Activities will be delivered by moodle.
On-site classes will be substituted by on-line classes through Teams. In that case, duration and frecuency will be modulated to fit to this new environment.
3. Mechanisms for personalized attention to students
Personalized attention to students will be offered by moodle discussions and e-mail consultation. In cases which be considered necessary, on-line interviews may be used.
4. Modifications in the evaluation
The evaluation will change in the following way:
Activities and cases will imply 30% of the grades, and the final test will have the 70% of the weight.
The final test will be substituted by an oral examination through teams.
5. Modifications to the bibliography or webgraphy
It is not considered.
Although, complementary readins will be offered by moodle in order to help with e-learning methodology.
(*)The teaching guide is the document in which the URV publishes the information about all its courses. It is a public document and cannot be modified. Only in exceptional cases can it be revised by the competent agent or duly revised so that it is in line with current legislation.