Title Body
Introduction to Paralegalism
LAS-100
Role, responsibilities, and ethical standards of a paralegal.
Introduction to Law
LAS-101
Fundamentals of legal terminology, legal princi- ples, development of a case for trial, adjudica- tion, and post-verdict procedures in the civil and criminal systems.
Legal Procedures
LAS-109
Application of the procedural aspects of pre-trial , discovery, trial preparation, and post-trial work as part of a litigation team.
Criminal Trial Procedure
LAS-115
Procedural aspects of the criminal trial process in Arizona state courts from preliminary pro- ceedings through trial.
Legal Writing
LAS-131
Application and analysis of the writing process to produce documents commonly used in the practice of law.
Business Law for Paralegals
LAS-204
Examination and preparation of legal contracts and documents used in the formation and operation of business organizations.
Probate
LAS-208
Analysis of requirements and documents used in estate planning and administration.
Legal Research
LAS-211
Use of print and eletronic media to locate, read, and interpret public documents, statutes, admin- istrative regulations, and cases from county, state, and federal jurisdictions.
Insurance and Tort Law
LAS-212
Basic elements of negligence, strict liability, intentional torts, defenses, damages, and insur- ance coverage. Evaluation of records and personal injury claims, review of insurance policies, settlement brochure, and preparation of case intake memorandum.
Real Estate Transactions
LAS-216
Various aspects of real estate sales, purchases, and encumbrances.
Family Law
LAS-217
Legal analysis of marriage, dissolution of marriage, parental rights and duties, pleading and practice.
Administrative Law
LAS-218
Introduction to the fundamental concepts of admin- istrative law.
Bankruptcy
LAS-219
Bankruptcy laws, procedures, and the role of para- legals in bankruptcy practice.
Legal Interviewing, Investigating, and Report Writ
LAS-220
Interviewing, investigating, questioning, document -ing, and evidence analysis.
Computerized Law Office and Litigation Support
LAS-221
Word processing skills, litigation support systems , presentation programs, billing systems, and trial electronic software for the law office.
Paralegal Internship 1
LAS-222
Internship requiring 27 hours of work in a para- legal capacity.
Paralegal Internship 2
LAS-223
Internship requiring 53 hours of work in a para- legal capacity.
Criminal Justice System
LET-101
An overview of the components of the criminal justice system, their functions, responsibilities and interrelationships. There are three (3) ?sovereigns? in the United States which will be examined: the federal government, state government and tribal governments, each with its own criminal justice system.
Patrol Procedures
LET-107
Examination of the tactics used by uniformed officers in responding to calls for service.
Arizona Substantive Criminal Law
LET-109
Analysis of the most frequently used sections of A.R.S. Title 13 with emphasis on the statutory language and necessary elements of criminal acts.
Law and Legal Matters 1
LET-111
Analysis of constitutional requirements, statutes and case law on individual rights as well as search and seizure. Emphasis on probable cause and conditions under which an officer may make a legal search and seizure, including searches of persons, premises and vehicles.
Law and Legal Matters 2
LET-112
Examination the legal aspects of arrest and the civil and criminal liability of a law enforcement officer in relation to the performance of duty.
Juvenile Law and Procedures
LET-115
A review of the agencies and laws relating to incidents involving juvenile offenders.
Introduction to Law Enforcement
LET-120
History of the development of law enforcement agencies from their inception to present day including the impact of reforms implemented by Sir Robert Peel and the development of policing in the United States.
Ethics and Professionalism
LET-123
Emphasis on the high moral, ethical and performance standards required of law enforcement personnel. The functions and responsibilities of the Arizona Peace Officer Standards and Training (AZ POST) Board are outlined.
Defensive Tactics
LET-130
Discussion and demonstration of various techniques for maintaining physical control of disruptive, combative or potentially dangerous subjects including restraint holds, ?come-alongs,? take downs, cuff and search and proper police baton techniques. Officer safety and potential for injury or death are emphasized throughout
Firearms
LET-131
Introduction to the mechanical and safety features of a service caliber handgun with emphasis on firearms safety.
First Aid/First Responder
LET-132
An examination of the methods for providing emergency medical care to the victims of accidents or illness and related safeguards.
Vehicle Operations
LET-134
Vehicle pursuits and high-speed response procedures involving students required to drive a vehicle under simulated conditions.
Wellness for Law Enforcement
LET-157
Development and demonstration of the student?s mental and physical conditions by a structured exercise and classroom education.
Report Writing
LET-205
Law enforcement report writing with emphasis on form, style and procedures.
Traffic Control
LET-208
Examination of traffic law and its enforcement, including the procedures for apprehending and prosecuting intoxicated driver.
Police and the Community
LET-270
Survey of community policing through the use of cultural education, crime prevention, problem-solving, and philosophy of officer and agency.
Criminal Investigation
LET-275
Examination of the various methods and techniques for investigating crimes.
Introduction to Logistics
LGS-101
Introduction to the field of logistics to include development of logistics systems, careers in logistics, distribution planning, supply chain security, and customer service. Also includes roles and functions of: purchasing, inventory control, physical distribution, warehousing, transportation methods, packaging, and customs.
Inventory Control
LGS-102
Introduction to inventory control concepts and techniques. Includes cost concepts, forecasting, inventory planning and control, ordering methods, pilferage, and customer satisfaction.

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