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How much money does a lawyer earn starting out?


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2009-03-14 22:14:23
2009-03-14 22:14:23

It depends on where you live and work. A prosecuting attorney can make as liitle as $22,000 starting out, but a recruit to a big defense firm can start out at five times that much.


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