Wilson-Short 116, WSU Pullman
Professor Snyder first came to WSU as an adjunct in the midst of his 30-year law practice. During that career, he defended nearly every type of criminal case, from simple possession to First Degree Murder. As an instructor, he takes the events that lead to those cases and flips them to drive student analysis – what is important is not necessarily reaching the “correct” answer, but rather engaging and developing the critical thinking required to reach those conclusions. Professor Snyder particularly enjoys teaching the courses covering the intersection of police work and the courts, particularly substantive Criminal Law and Criminal Procedure, Evidence, and the Courts in America.
Criminal Law, Criminal Courts in America, Criminal Procedure, and Evidence.