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A lawyer around 60,000 to 90,000 a year.

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Criminal justice makes about 50,000 to 200,000 a year from what I was told. It's real good money right there though. I wish I was able to make 200,000 a year.


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Yes, because your bribing someone for money or services in return


Your question is too vague to provide an answer. I can answer in general why justice may not be achieved, in the context of the law and legal issues, since that is where this question is posted. The criminal justice system is not designed to make justice it is designed to make a fair decision, although it doesn't always, it's run by humans you know. The criminal justice system has three elements, legislators to make the laws; police and prosecutors to collect evidence and present at court; and the court process set up to make a decision. These are tools; justice in this system is up to the willingness and abilities of these people (humans). The criminal justice system can only provide the services that taxpayers are willing to pay for. Taxpayers are not often in favor of increasing their taxes, even when it may involve a better criminal justice system; but any public agency is happy to be allocated more money for their work.


The criminal trial of OJ Simpson is an excellent example of American justice gone wrong. The criteria for a guilty verdict in a criminal trial is much harder to obtain. The jury must find the evidence sufficient beyond a reasonable doubt. The civil trial, which is really about money, is far easier to prove. Although I doubt that the Goldmans and Browns have received any money despite having won their case.


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Yes, a person can live and work in Australia with a criminal record. However, it may not be easy finding housing that will accept someone with a criminal record, or it may cost the person more money.


You should speak with someone at your local district attorney's office about filing a criminal complaint.


You should probobly be interested in in criminal justice of just justice in general for the accused/witness. There are lots of lawyers though so in this economy if you were to become one you might not make as much money as you would have, say 10 years ago.


Contrary to popular belief, Justice is not blind. It can definitely see who has more money for the lawyers that can have judges in their pockets or are married to their sister. This keeps dealers on the streets & the addict that got busted with barely enough meth to get high in prison for 7 years.


It was a criminal act. Money laundering means using a legitimate business - example a casino - to bring in the legal market money which are earned in criminal activities.


In New Zealand, what you talk of is "plea-bargaining" and does not mean the criminal is not sentenced or that the case is dismissed, but it does mean the criminal or prosecution will get lesser of a sentence eg less money to pay, or less of a sentence in jail.


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No it does not work at all. It is a wast of your money i am disappoint at justice :(


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If a person is saying they love you but are just trying to get money and you can prove it and after you give him the money he dumps you saying he lied and had a girlfriend can you do anything to get it back and is it a crime of receiving money by false means Answer Is is morally wrong and shows poor character but most likely it is not a criminal act. However, depending on the circumstances you may be able to take them to court by filing a civil complaint in court. If it's not a huge sum of money, you can take them to small claims court or justice court. Go to your local justice of the peace and find out what you need to do to file a claim against someone. If you freely gave the money with no promise of being paid back by the person there's probably nothing you can do. Learn from it and dont' let someone do that to you again. If you're in a relationship, especially a fairly new one, and someone starts asking you for money, be careful. If you've been in the relationship for a while and you love each other then it's okay to help each other out some but if someone starts saying they love you and immediately starts asking for money I would be careful what you do. There are a lot of people out there who have no problem with conning money off of other people so you need to be careful when someone starts asking you for things and use your instincts to guide you.


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Yes it is However if he takes money from you and does not put you in he can be had up for blackmail and harboring a criminal "you" so once you have given him any thing he is then also in a position to be black mailed by you.



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