A2 Level in Law

A Level

In South Shields

Price on request

Description

  • Typology

    A Level

  • Location

    South shields

Description

A Level (Year 2). Modules LW4, 5 & 6 Criminal Law & Justice. Students will study the following topics: The role of Law in Law enforcement. Crime and Society. Principles of Criminal Justice. Factors which may negate Criminal Liability. Elements of Substantive Criminal Law. Sentencing. Role of Courts; Prosecution; and Criminal Trial Process. Summary of assessment. Police Powers.

Important information

Government funding available

Facilities

Location

Starts

South Shields (Tyne and Wear)
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St. George'S Avenue South Shields, NE34 6ET

Starts

On request

To take into account

Students should have successfully achieved the AS Level qualification in Law at grades A to D.

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Course programme



Course information:
A2 Level in Law


Course content:

A Level (Year 2)
Modules LW4, 5 & 6 Criminal Law & Justice
Students will study the following topics:
  • The role of Law in Law enforcement
  • Crime and Society
  • Principles of Criminal Justice
  • Factors which may negate Criminal Liability
  • Elements of Substantive Criminal Law
  • Sentencing
  • Role of Courts; Prosecution; and Criminal Trial Process
  • Summary of assessment
  • Police Powers
  • Admissibility of Evidence
  • Remedies for Breach of Police Powers


Assessment procedure:

LW4: Problem Unit (1½ hrs)
Candidates answer two problem questions from a choice of four.

LW5: Essay Unit (1½ hrs)
Candidates answer two essay questions from a choice of six.

LW6: Synoptic Unit (1hr)
Candidates answer one compulsory synoptic question.
Total Duration - 4 hours Total Weighting - 50% of the full A level


Qualifications achieved:
GCE A2 Level in Law

Progression opportunities:
Students can study Law at degree level and it is useful for courses in Business and Humanities.

Free study and financial support:
Most full-time students do not have to pay for their course. We may also be able to help you with some of the extra costs associated with college, eg travel, childcare, equipment, books etc. In addition, if you have just left school, you may be eligible for an Educational Maintenance Allowance. Please ask us about â€-Money Matters†for more details.

A2 Level in Law

Price on request