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Dr. Henry F. Fradella

Professor of Law, Criminology, Criminal Justice, and Forensic Studies
Director, School of Criminology, Criminal Justice, and Emergency Management

Education

Ph.D. -- Arizona State University (Interdisciplinary Justice Studies)
J.D. -- The George Washington University (Law)
M.F.S. -- The George Washington University (Forensic Science)
B.A. -- Clark University (Psychology)

Statement of Professional Engagement:

Dr. Fradella's area of specialization is law and social control. Within that broad field, he studies the intersection of law with the social and forensic sciences, most frequently with an emphasis in forensic psychology and psychiatry. This includes research and teaching on the historical development of criminal and constitutional law (substantively, procedurally, and evidentially); the dynamics of legal decision making (including the roles of politics, discretion, morality, media, and popular culture); and the nature, sources, and consequences of variations in legal institutions or processes (including law and social change).

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Research Interests

  • The insanity and diminished capacity defenses
  • Judicial use, acceptability, and understanding of forensic and behavioral scientific evidence
  • Mental health issues in correctional populations
  • Media depictions of law and justice-related issues
  • The legal regulation of sex and sexualities
  • Modern trends in criminal justice education

If You Need to See Dr. Fradella

Photo of Dr. Henry F. Fradella

Email: Hank.Fradella@csulb.edu

Direct Dial Phone: (562) 985-2669

Office Location: Engineering Technologies (E-Tec) 233

Classes Dr. Fradella Teaches at CSULB

  • CRJU 301: Criminal Courts and Judicial Processes
  • CRJU 340: Substantive Criminal Law
  • CRJU 430: Criminal Evidence and Trials
  • CRJU 691: Instructional Strategies for Criminal Justice Professionals