No matter where you fall on the spectrum of criminal justice jobs, if you want to work in a courthouse, there's a spot for you. We highlighted the most prominent positions and provided a bit of additional information about each one.
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We've all seen crime TV. Different detectives and technicians and specialists running here and there. But how do all those people and professions fit together when a real crime occurs?
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If you're drawn to Sherlock Holmes-style whodunits and the perplexing paper trails built by the Bernie Madoffs of the world, maybe there's a future for you as a criminal investigator.