Does Russia have lawyers? They do, but very few: 1:100,000. They are not needed, except for criminal trials. There is no process for anything else. A committee creates the rules people must live by, and if they break these rules, they simply encounter a police force directly. A problem they encounter there is much is done underground, and it is often not easy to determine who did what.
What Marxists are doing across America, is turning off "due process", that is they are not enforcing laws. So Hillary Clinton breaks a bunch of laws - whoops, no prosecution. The DOJ is sending around its agents as bag men. The FBI, what is it they are doing again? The MArxists apply the law only to their opponents, and then in a sloppy way. The MArxists want to rid themselves of policing also, and that is great is you are a criminal, eh? IT would seem to make sense if you got rid of all law enforcement, then police would seem to be nonessential. Actually that is untrue. IT is just the perspective of a criminal accustomed to "due process". But in a real Communist state, there are police, lots of them.
China is an interesting country when it comes to the law. They have a Constitution, and a legal framework based on socialism. They have also created a need for lawyers, and I believe it is mainly applied in the realms of real estate and finance - so it was generated to go along with the west. AS China gained more control of its internal affairs, however, the legal profession there has collapsed somewhat. People have quit, largely because of graft and bribing. Its relic legal system is in some ways probably better than we have currently in places in the US. Imagine if all the people in the US were named Ping. It would seem biomeasures would be essential there, to have any chance of applying laws widely.