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Criminal law is the same as punitive law. Consequences under these laws can be harsh and unique depending on what the type misconduct and jurisdiction it happened in. There are always consequences for violating criminal laws. Criminal law involves the prosecution of a person by the government for acts that are classified as crimes. When proven guilty, criminals are punished by means of incarceration, paying fines, or both. It is one of the most popular areas for legal students to specialise. The intricate and complicated nature of many crimes makes the cases seem appealing.