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Many prosecutors are quick to blame defense lawyers for driving up the cost of death penalty cases.
In most cases, the entire cost of death care is paid for in three to five years, giving clients peace of mind that all the necessary expenses have been covered.
The developer has also capped the cost of death in "Freemode".
Gulf News takes you through the paper trail and cost of death in Dubai, providing experts' advice on how to prepare for the event.
Councillor Arnold Woolley, leader and executive member for finance and asset management for Flintshire council, said he was unaware of any specific reason why the cost of death was so high in the local authority he represents but stressed that he will be looking at filling a budget deficit of between pounds 8m and pounds 13m next year, depending on Assembly funding.
44 Cost of neuroinvasive disease $20,625 $27,500 $34,375 Cost of death (direct and indirect financial losses) $150,000 $200,000 $250,000 Cost of lifelong disability $158,000 $210,000 $263,000 Cost of uncomplicated WNV febrile illness $750 $1,000 $1,250 Cost of vaccination $75 $100 $125 * Upper and lower limits are calculated as [+ or -] 25% of the baseline values and rounded up.
The report estimates the annual cost of deaths, injuries and illnesses caused by occupational disease and injury is between $4.
Even if we assume that only 50 percent of deaths are reported, the expected cost of deaths associated with an approved antibiotic is no more than $6 million.