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The judge or jury deliberates on all the facts presented to them and decides on the verdict. If a verdict is guilty, the defendant may petition for appeals in state or federal appellate courts. Unless they are experts in appellate law, Criminal Lawyers do not handle appeals. Criminal Lawyers work long and irregular hours, often working more than 40 hours per week. Salaries Salaries for Criminal Lawyers vary, depending on such factors as their experience, employer, and geographical location. S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, in its May 2005 Occupational Employment Statistics survey, the majority of lawyers earned an estimated annual salary between $49,180 and $145,600.
S. citizens and meet the age requirements specified by the branch in which they are seeking a commission. They must also pass a physical exam and a background investigation. S. Armed Forces hire new attorneys each year. The number of opportunities for directly commissioned Judge Advocates varies with each branch. For example, the air force selects between 100 to 120 attorneys. Other branches have fewer opportunities. However, keep in mind that the military also has recruitment programs for law school students and military personnel.
They perform litigation work as well, and may represent tribal governments or non-native clients. They litigate criminal or civil cases before tribal, federal, and state courts. Some of them handle appellate cases. They also represent clients on matters before administrative agencies, such as the Bureau of Indian Affairs, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, and the Environmental Protection Agency. In addition, they may represent tribal clients in disputes with other tribes. Indian Law Attorneys also assist clients—both natives and non-natives—with business and economic ventures on or near tribal lands, such as the development of casinos, hotels, restaurants, golf courses, convention centers, affordable housing, shopping centers, and gas stations.