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Law, Psychology, & Death Penalty Litigation CE Program (Book & Test) - 7 Credits
7 Credit Continuing Education Program

Law, Psychology, & Death Penalty Litigation CE Program (Book & Test) - 7 Credits

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A 7-credit, 70 question book-based CE program based on the book:
 
Law, Psychology, & Death Penalty Litigation

Target Audience
Psychologists

Learning Level
Intermediate

Learning Objectives
  • Discuss the history of the death penalty.
  • List significant U.S. Supreme Court decisions in capital cases.
  • Name stages of a capital case.
  • Explain aggravating and mitigating factors.
  • Recognize the role of the psychologist in death penalty litigation.
  • Discuss special issues, including competency, sanity, mental retardation, antisocial personality disorder, and the death penalty.
  • Summarize ethical issues in capital litigation.
Topics for Study
History of death penalty litigation • Significant Supreme Court decisions in capital cases since 1970 Stages of a capital case Aggravating and mitigating factors and jury instructions The role of the psychologist in death penalty litigation Competency, sanity, and mental retardation in capital cases Antisocial personality disorder, psychopathy, and risk assessment Ethical issues in capital litigation

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