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I'm sure you would do well at both, which do you prefer? No one can make that decision for you.
You must take into account the number of years of schooling, cost, etc., but still, the ultimate question is, where do you want to be ?
To become a radiologist, assuming you have already completed college and have your Bachelor's degree, are you willing to put in the long hours of studying and sleepless nights of medical school, then internship, residency, then specializing in radiology?
For criminal law, again assuming you have your Bachelo's degree, are you willing to put in the time, effort, studying, sleepless nights of law school ? You cannot justtake criminal law; you have to take all the introductory courses first, then there are only 3 or 4 courses in criminal law, criminal procedure and maybe 2 more. You acquire the knowledge necessary from experience.
The fields you have chosen are not easy ones an you should think abut it long and hard first. It would be a terrible waste of your time and money, if you decided to cange your mind in midstream.
For all these reasons, you have to follow your heart; which career path will give you the most pleasure.
I wish you the very best in your endeavors.
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ANDREA, JD, LL.M., Taxation
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