FSLAW 662 Fraud Investigation and Analysis
Deals with all phases of fraud investigations, including fact-gathering and interviewing witnesses and targets. Issues considered include constitutional criminal procedure relating to the Fourth Amendment (search and seizure), Fifth Amendment (custodial interrogations), and Sixth Amendment (interrogation and identification). The course also covers the rules governing subpoenas for testimony, exemplars and documents, grand jury operation and secrecy, the rights and obligations of grand jury witnesses, and the responsibilities of a defense attorney when they discover evidence that tends to incriminate the defendant.
Prerequisite(s): FSCOR 601