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How much money does a criminal lawyer make each day?
ADDED: It can depend on the area of the country, and the type of
law he practices. Attorney's fees, like everything else, vary
according to the geographical and demographics of particular
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What lawyer makes the most money in a year?
well all lawyers make good money but the most highest paid lawyer is a patent lawyer or maybe a corporate lawyer and even criminal lawyers make good money.But the lawyer that gets paid the most is a patent lawyer but i think patent law is very boring so i think the best type of law is corporate and corporate lawyers make good money but again criminal lawyer also make good money and criminal law is very intresting but still to answer your question i think patent lawyers make the most money but that type of law is pretty boring so i would go for corporate lawyer or criminal .
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How much does a criminal lawyer get paid on average each year?
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Does a criminal lawyer or a judge make more money?
How much does a lawyer get paid each year?
It depends on the type of lawyer, who they work for, and where they are located. Government lawyers can make as little as 40,000 a year. Private practice attorneys can do really well if they have a good reputation, and a good practice. In the long run, money is not a good reason to decide to be a lawyer. Most of us do not make the money necessary to justify the cost of the education.
What does a criminal defense lawyer do?
A criminal defense lawyer represents people who are accused of committing a crime. The criminal defense lawyer's function is to make sure that the government proves its case against his client according to law ensuring that his client is afforded all of the protections the laws and Constitutions of the Federal and State government provide. A criminal defense lawyer will make every effort to have his client found not guilty of the charges whether his client is or is not guilty of the crime charged. Even if a client admits to a defense lawyer that he or she is guilty, the defense lawyer must try to have the client found not guilty.