This course provides a critical examination and evaluation of the judicial process in Canada from both an Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal perspective. This course will look at the structure and functions of the criminal court system and its relationship to other branches of government and Aboriginal peoples. In addition, this course will review the appoint, tenure and removal of judges; the social psychology of courts; the jury system; plea bargaining; judicial behaviour of the courts and the courts real and perceived role in Canadian society. 2017/01/03-2017/04/17 Lecture Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced