Law Enforcement & Police

Interpol vs Europol

Interpol vs Europol
Interpol, short for International Criminal Police Organization, is an intergovernmental body for facilitating international police organization. Europol, short for European Police Office, is a law enforcement...

Bail vs Parole

Bail vs Parole
The term bail refers to paying a certain amount to the government in return of freedom before the date of the trial. A parole is really different from a bail. A parole happens after the accused has been given...

Lawyer vs Judge

Lawyer vs Judge
A lawyer is a person who practices law, whereas a judge is a person who presides over the law.

Felony vs Misdemeanor

Felony vs Misdemeanor
Felony and Misdemeanor are types of crimes which are distinct from each-other. A "felony" is a crime which involves a potential punishment of one year or longer in prison. While, a "misdemeanor...

Law vs Ethics

Law vs Ethics
Law is defined as a legal system that comprises of rules and principles set by the ruling authority to govern over the affairs of the community. While, ethics are defined as moral guidelines set, put forth and...

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