Working in Law and Justiceby Mary Lee Davis, Andy King
Working in Law and Justice profiles 12 people working in the field of law and the judiciary. Each chapter includes information about the person's career path, educational background, work responsibilities, typical day, and job challenges. The careers highlighted include 911 operator, deputy sheriff, forensic scientist, security firm owner, private investigator, lawyer, paralegal, law librarian, judge, court administrator, court reporter, and bail bonding agent.
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