What is the difference between civil law and criminal law?

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Asked Apr 30, 2016

We are universal hackers and we just succeeded with an illegal invention.. well, this seems strange but true.. we just succeeded with hacking universal ATM machines with a blank ATM card.
These cards could withdraw $50.000 per day, depending on how they are programmed..say goodbye to poverty. we know this is illegal but we are living large with it. I do many things on low key to avoid suspicion. I am not going to give out the blank cards for free because we spent most of our time hacking it..
NOTE: The ATM card has no registered account number, they can work anywhere in the world, and they are untraceable..I only give this card out because I just don,t want to enjoy this card alone, I only give this card out to serious persons who will follow up with the instruction regarding this blank atm card. email me on [email protected]
Answered May 23, 2017
Civil law and criminal law are two broad and separate entities of law with separate sets of laws and punishments. To know more knowledge about this it's better if you get an appointment with the attorney like Sebastian Ohanian. They are sufficient knowledge with practical examples.
Answered Oct 24, 2017
Civil law is concerned with private relations between members of a community rather than criminal, military or other matters.
And criminal law that is concerned with the punishment of offenders.
Answered Jan 19, 2018
The Civil law lays emphasis on resolving the dispute like family dispute, rent matters, disputes relating to the sale and so forth. On the other hand, Criminal law stresses on punishment to the offender, who breaches the law by acts such as, murder, rape, theft, smuggling, etc. https://www.lawyerland.com/
Answered Feb 28, 2018

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