2 Weeks / Noncredit

Criminal Justice Program

Orientation and move-in is on Saturday, July 15.  Last day of classes is Friday, July 28.

This program provides a whirlwind survey of criminology in society. From apprehension and arrest to due process and sentencing, we will explore the policies and participants in modern criminal law. A field trip to arraignment court and a simulated mock trial highlight this Summer College program.

Program Costs:

Please visit our program costs page for more detailed information.

*Program rates are subject to change and will be approved by the board of trustees in March.

*Students must be 15 years of age by the orientation and move-in date.

Instructor Bio

Daniel Cantone, Esq.

Professor Daniel G. Cantone, Esq. is a practicing attorney who specializes in Collaborative Family Law and Mediation.  He is a graduate of Syracuse University and the College of Law. Prof. Cantone has been on the Legal Studies faculty at University College for 28 years and teaches law-related courses for high school, college, and graduate students.  As the owner of Cantone Law Firm, P.C., attorney Cantone has experience in all facets of civil and criminal law in the state and federal courts in the Syracuse area.  He is also the Immediate Past President of CNY Collaborative Family Law Professionals, Inc., and owns and operates Mediate West, a dispute resolution office that encourages voluntary settlement as an alternative to adversarial conflict in the courts.