Bailiff

Bailiff,

Bailiff means,

  1. Bailiff refers to The bailiff maintains the order in the courtroom and is responsible for the jury.

Meanings of Bailiff

  1. Judicial officer who maintains discipline, takes care of prisoners etc.

  2. A sheriff's officer who executes and executes arrest warrants as well as predictions and arrests.

Sentences of Bailiff

  1. He added: "If they do not leave, the district sheriff will be sent with the help of police to evict them if needed."

  2. It is true that they can demand the ■■■■■■■■■ of your arrest warrant at any time and, if available, ■■■■■■■ the arrest warrant by which the bail bond is bound to ■■■■■■■ the arrest warrant.

Synonyms of Bailiff

marshall , magistrate , steward , sheriff , deputy , agent , bobby , constable

Bailiff,

Bailiff:

  1. A simple definition of Bailiff is: A clerk upholds the order in court and is responsible for the jury.

Meanings of Bailiff

  1. A sheriff's officer who executes arrest and trial warrants and executes arrest warrants and arrests in advance.

  2. Judicial officers who maintain discipline, take care of prisoners, etc.

  3. Alternative rulers in a district, especially a hundred heads.