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            In the criminal justice field, the two careers I am considering are U. I have known most of my life that I wanted to be in a job that contributes to the betterment of society while helping others around me. These two lines of work seem exciting and challenging.
             U.S. MARSHAL.
             As a U.S. marshal, your primary responsibility is the Federal court system. A marshal has to uphold the court system to enable the judicial system in the United States to function. If items are taken from criminals during an arrest, marshals store and maintain those items. Witnesses in Federal cases are given protection by the marshals. And, marshals transport Federal prisoners. They can arrest and investigate Federal fugitives. Also, marshals protect the Federal judiciary, transport Federal prisoners, protect Federal witnesses, and manage assets seized from criminal enterprises. Most of the time, marshals are involved with all other Federal agencies.
             To become a U.S. marshal, the Department of Justice publishes these requirements:.
             The U.S. Marshals Service uses a 2-phase testing process for Deputy U.S. Marshal positions. Phase-1: passing the written examination, and Phase-2: successfully completing an agency interview followed by a structured interview. In addition, you must meet the following qualifications: .
             You must be a U.S. citizen, be between the ages of 21 and 36, be in excellent physical condition, have a bachelor's degree or three years of qualifying experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience, possess a valid drivers license with a good driving record, pass a written test, complete agency and structured interviews, permit a background investigation, and undergo a rigorous 10-week basic training program at the U.S. Marshals Service Training Academy in Glynco, GA. .
             As you can see, the steps to becoming a marshal are defined and specific. Because I am a former Army soldier and will complete my four-year degree soon, I believe I would be a good candidate for the U.


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