How do you become a lawyer or a prosecutor in Myanmar?
At first, you need to go to the university as a law student.After you completed your degree in law major you have to choose three different ways such as a Judicial officer, prosecutor and private lawyer.If you want to be a public servant officer in the law field as a judge or law officer(solicitor) have to entry for the concerned examination board, then if you pass the exam you will attend the public servant training school about five months for general administration course and eventually you will become a judge or public solicitor.But if you choose the way of private lawyer its more difficult than field of law in government sector.After you accomplished your law degree, you need to apply for the permit as a apprentice lawyer at the Supreme Court.During these apprentice period you have to make ensure the practice the way how to liaise with the judicial office,the clients and the society within a year.After all you can apply to the supreme court,attached with satisfied documents of your legal training master to get a higher grade pleader license certificate.
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How to become a prosecutor?. How to become a prosecutor?. How to become a prosecutor?
Yes. It is just what the person who represents the State is called in criminal matters. So if you're on trial the guy trying to get you convicted is the prosecutor.
Get admission to the bar and a license to practice law and apply to the City or county you wish to work in.
Burma officially became the Union of Myanmar in 1989 however the new name is not universally recognised.
According to wikipedia, Burma's official name is Union of Myanmar.. Link: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Burma . Further information: However, Myanmar was originally known …as Burma, and that is still its "official" name. No legislature in Burma has actually approved the name Myanmar, which is derived from the Burmese short-form name Myanma Naingngandaw and has been promoted by the military authorities in Burma.
Graduate from an accredited law school - pass the Bar Exam in the state you wish to practice - apply for a position with the prosecutors office (or whatever they call them in …your state (District Attorney - State's Attorney - etc).
to eliminate the colonial name of Burma
good one......can't be a person who doesn't listen or work hard. A law degree is something that takes work.
The suspect in the same case he is prosecuting? It might make a good plot for a fiction book and technically it IS possible, but I seriously doubt it.
Yes, it is quite likely that - outside of work - they probably may know one another. It is not improper as long as they both perform their duties according to the canons of et…hics of The Bar and the legal profession.
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Prosecutors work for the government and their salaries are public record. Defense Attorneys (unless they are Public Defenders, who also work for the government) are private bu…sinessman. There are both successful and not-so-successful private attorneys. Some do quite well and are quite famous, the overwhelming majority are not. .
Yes. Normally they would then not take/request not to be assigned to cases in which there might be a perceived conflict of interest.
Very to be somewhat successful. You would have to have some expertise in geology to find anything and everything easy has already been located. The above answer applies to Pr…ospecting not Law This will take several stages: . Get a degree in a Field of your choice (this is a real requirement) 3 to 6 years . Get into a good law school. 3 to 5 years . Get a job with the District Attorneys office (in USA or the equivalent in other countries) in your area. This may require several years experience in a law firm dealing with criminal law.