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Criminal Justice Careers

Criminal justice careers range from law enforcement, forensics and legal professionals to contractors. Those who take on this career must have at least a bachelor degree in criminal justice or law enforcement.
Short answer: no. The laws differ from state to state, but at the  moment you would be hard-pressed to find a state that strict.  Generally speaking, you must live in a state (among other  requirements) for a consecutive 12 months before you may even apply  for residency in that state. Meaning,...
As far as I knew, on those days and all, there were severe and  aggression training and education should have been undergone to  become a lawyer.
Well, this question is a quite an interesting one. The eldest of the brothers, Fayard Nicholas had not received training for his parents, Viola and Ulyssess, were vaudeville performers. Since the age of three, he had been fascinated by their moves and moved on to repeat their moves and add his own...
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A company is a commercial business. Lawyers can and do establish  companies.
you can be a district attorney and i think they have the most power
  == Answer ==   i believe you can go to city hall in any US city and retrieve all public records from the city's history.
  I do not believe there is an age prerequite to sit for the bar exam.
the best subjects to take for law are subjects that require essay writing and critical thinking. so, your best shot would be taking english and history HL, maybe psych and eco SL.
  what are the work hours of a zoologist?
Yes. It is extremely stressful being a lawyer. I've practiced for 8 years now and find myself fantasizing about mowing highway medians or punching tickets on commuter trains instead of this.    The thing to understand is that being a good lawyer generally entails enough stress that there is...
  == Answer ==   A police detective, yes. A private detective, maybe not.
a criminal lawyer description is we work ver hard at what we do to become the best ...our startin salery is 60,000 you need to have a degree in law and two high school...
  I think you do need history because it help them in a situation that might have happened in the past and certain problems lawyers had solve.   I think you do need history because it help them in a situation that might have happened in the past and certain problems lawyers had solve.   I...
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Only the law enforcement agency you are considering can answer that question. Call the Human Resources dept. of that agency and ask them; you should also ask them for the criteria that is required of an applicant.
yes you can just because your wife has a record does not mean that you become a cop but first go to an academy and get your degree and you are on your way
  About four years   depending on if you are experienced or not.   need more information??   Go to Yahoo Answers!
A will is usually filed in the probate office where the records are kept. You can get a copy of the will for printing cost. Someone in the probate office can usually help you find the will. . A will that has been entered in to probate will be available at the Probate Court where it was put into...
You do not need any GCSE's to enter the police force, you may need a lot of experience and time to learn to become one. However its important that your fit.
You may represent yourself in court pro se without being represented by a lawyer. And if you prove your case, you will be awarded the damages you proved. That being said, dental malpractice law is complicated even for lawyers. In the courtroom, you will be expected to know and comply with all the...
Probate laws vary in different jurisdictions. Generally, if there is real property in the estate the will must be probated in order to vest legal title in the heirs. If there is personal property such as bank accounts, investment accounts, a car, home furnishings, etc., the estate must be probated...
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A prosecuting lawyer, lets break this down.Defintion of prosecuting: 1.To seek to obtain or enforce by legal action2. To initiate civil or criminal court action againstSo to prosecute means to seek and initiate civil court action and enforcement by legal action.Now, Lawyer:Defintion of lawyer: 1....
The council might have a harangue to defend a client, to express extenuating circumstances or to plead for clemency
it can be a lot of the time because when ur shy it is related to innocence which in its essence is a good thing. if ur shy because of a girl then this is a strange matter coz im in the same position then Answer No, being shy holds you back in life. In relationships, where communication is most...
  How to become a prosecutor?   How to become a prosecutor?   How to become a prosecutor?
quite a lot. i say about one hundred thousand a year
Answer . \nI am assuming that the patient is in therapy of some sort. Usually the therapist will just listen to the patient and no matter how much the abused person tries to cover up (usually because they feel it is their fault, they could have stopped it and they are embarrassed) the therapist...
  A denial of responsiblity. eg in an insurance policy it might say "Invalid when due to civil unrest". This is a disclaimer to say that you would not be paid if your problem was due to rioting.
Yes. Most, if not all, states allow an executor to waive their fee.  This is common where the executor is also an estate beneficiary, as  the fee is taxed as income to the executor.    Although this general answer is provided by an attorney, it should  not be taken as legal advice regarding...
If the original client is a legal entity (e.g. corporation, LLC),  and another person then purchases ownership of that entity, then  the entity is still legally the client.
Most likely, no, if by "probate a will' you mean getting that will admitted to probate and getting Letters Testamentary issued. Most states handle that matter at a county level and in a way that any person can do themselves. Most will have clerks who will fill out the appropriate forms for you.  ...
  the nature of being a lawyer is very good.it will make you lots of money.and it is just a great job to have.   the nature of being a lawyer is very good.it will make you lots of money.and it is just a great job to have.   it will put food on the table for your love ones and family and...
  He files a motion for an order to have the Judge recuse himself from the case.
No, in the United States, one must earn a Juris Doctorate. The amount of time needed, from start to finish (to include the bachelor's needed to apply to law school), is roughly seven to eight years. In Mexico, one must seek an additional one to two years in professional training, after two years....
Yes, you can sue a city, but it is usually not a good idea to do so; cities have a lot of money (or failing that, at least a lot of credit) with which to conduct lawsuits, and if they want to they can appeal a verdict that they don't like for years, through many layers of the judicial system. You...
Yes Abraham Lincoln was a lawyer that worked in Springfield.
The best for me was Eric Biretta. Nice guy, unbelievable lawyer. Others' opinions may vary...
When, looking for the best, don't confine yourself into a specific location. There are many DUI lawyer out there who fairs better above everyone else! For example I was from San Diego and I hired a DUI lawyer from LA, mr. Vitaly Sigal from Vitaly Law Group.
  1,000,000,000 a year or more
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    There are some things that you have to consider. You CAN get a divorce without a lawyer, but if you have Children or a lot of assets I'd advise against it. There are kits available in many book stores, or online to complete a divorce without a lawyer. It all really depends on how...
  Generally:   In criminal cases fees are charged hourly (contingent fees not allowed)   In civil cases, fees can be charged hourly or on a contingency basis. If contingency, the lawyer gets a % of the award to the plaintiff ( contingent fees not allowed in most family law matters)
Most departments require the person to be tobacco free. But many cops do use it and its looked at with a blind eye since they are not smoking cigarettes.
In most places a Will can be filed with the probate court while the testator is living, for safekeeping. That would be a voluntary procedure. Most people simply keep their Will in a safe place or filed with their attorney. Once a testator has died their Will must be filed for probate in order...
Within the United States, you must obtain a jursis doctor (JD) degree and a passing score on the bar-exam to practice law.
no because it is on your record and can not be over-looked, to become a cop you must have a clean record 100%
Yes if you don't have a criminal record, or any kind of conviction of drugs or arrest of drugs on your record
Mr sharpton I live in Fl. Was injured in an auto accident in 2010,  not at fault. MY FIRST LAwyer I had to let go! NOT EVEN MY TOWING  BILL WAS REIMBURSED The not going to quit did nothing wrong!   guy received the ticket.M total disabled because of the new  injuries.I dont understand whst Is...
They are both lawyers that represent a person invloved in a case. Defense attorney defends prosecuter is like the offensive player, the one trying to prove that person guilty. Both have to provide evidence to prove their side and both are involved in the criminal justice system
  Nick O'Demus     == Answer ==     Might be Stepin' Fetchit..
Nowadays each government agency makes their own policy on what public records they make available to be searched online. Many State, County, Cities and Towns have their own websites that allow users to search land deeds, vital statistics, court records and forecloses. Its all up to the agency and...
Occasionally, the opposite problem occurs and a party refuses to participate in the summary jury trial process. The response of the courts has varied, depending upon the nature of the case and the reasons for the desire to avoid the summary jury trial process. Courts have been comfortable in putting...
  A good lawyer knows the law. A great lawyer knows the judge.
Answer : In short, one's peers are people of your spefic class, e.g., if you are a small farmer raising corn one year and, say, cattle the next then your peers must be ones who do the same thing (as is the general rule -there are oftentimes exceptions to the rule). This example given, someone...
in the state of alabama when it is a misdemeanor looks like the prosecutors can do what they damm well please. this is normal. almost all local courts are nothing more than collection agents  it is an ambush tactic used everywhere. your lawyer will do nothing because his or her primary goal is...
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PLC stands for programmable logic controller it's a conroller mostly used in industries for control and automation.
  A good lawyer is willing to tell a client they want their case!   A good lawyer is willing to listen to a client play lawyer than show the client what a real lawyer knows and will do.   A good layer explains the process in its tedious detail.   A good lawyer want's to go to trial!  ...
Intellectual property: the property existing because of one's genius or intellect for example patents trademark Cory right in films/books etcintellectual property lawyer masters the law regarding these fields
How many Female Lawyers Working in Pakistan, give me answer through Statistical.
keep scold people scold people scold people until people die..........
Two ways to become an Officer. The first way is to put yourself through a BLET (Basic Law Enforcement Training) course that is offered by a community college. When you get halfway through the course, start applying. Going full-time takes about 4 months and part time is 6 months. The other way is to...
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Yes. A probate lawyer handles estates. A real estate lawyer handles transactions that involve real estate. Those specialities are often combined in a law practice.
  Worker's compensation pays differently in each state. The state of New Jersey only pays you 80% of your wages. But they find out what your weekly salary was for the 26 weeks prior to you getting injured. Example if your weekly wage was 568.80 your benefit rate would be 398.16. (for the state...
An attorney makes an "appearance" in a case every time he goes before the court in that particular case.
President Lyndon B. Johnson nominated Constance Baker Motley to the US District Court for the Southern District of New York, in Manhattan, in 1966. Her nomination was stalled in the Senate for nine months before being approved, due to resistance from racist Southern politicians. Judge Motley, a...
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There is no specific subject that you must be good at to be a lawyer. It helps to be good at subjects that are analytical and require an ability to think and clearly.
The legal ethics opinion number 1473 states. The committee has previously opinioned that an attorney engaged to represent an estate enjoys an attorney/client relationship with the personal representative since that individual "assumes the legal status as the agent of the decedent and is the...
The Wyoming Bar's website states: "Wyoming does not have a formal reciprocity agreement with any state, so each application is considered individually."
Answer . To reach the professional level, you will need a PhD. If you are starting a bachelors degree, it will take approximately eight years. Four years for a Bachelors and an additional four years for a PhD. This is - of course - if you take the programs of study as prescribed by the...
Formal requirements to become a lawyer usually include a 4-year college degree, 3 years of law school, and passing a written bar examination; however, some requirements may vary by State. Competition for admission to most law schools is intense. Federal courts and agencies set their own...
you can apply for a pre-apprenticeship or tafe course for cert 2 in engineering which is a good start, or you can apply for an apprenticeship at an employer or group training.   you will need good a minimum of year 10 maths and the apprenticeshop goes for 4 years, theres a skills shortage in good...
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