career criminal

A career criminal is someone who makes a living through illegal activities and has a long history of committing crimes.


This person is often well-versed in evading law enforcement and has a deep understanding of the criminal justice system. A career criminal may engage in a wide range of illegal activities, such as fraud, theft, drug trafficking, or violence. These individuals may be difficult to reform, as they often see criminal activity as their primary source of income and may not have other job skills or education.


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