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bailiff

Chiefly Brit (formerly) a high official having judicial powers
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Robert Parsons of Shrewsbury, who was on jury duty yesterday, said court officers were allowing jurors to use their phones in certain areas of the courthouse building.
Paul worked for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts more than 37 years as a Court Officer in Worcester Superior Court before retiring.
Thompson heard the news, according to a report from Court Officer Dennis Pariseau, he ran from the courtroom.
Judging from the number of defendants who had to scramble to follow the court officer's instructions, however, it is not a fading trend.
"Also, the MJC is aware of incidents involving physical attacks against court officers, probation officers, prosecutors and defense counsel, and acts of intimidation against witnesses and jurors," the report states.
Cohen's friends and supporters had been kept out of the courtroom, either by the sign on the door or by court officers. Arrangements had been made for members of Mr.
The court officer also checked the police record and found that no FIR has been registered against him.
According to the orders of the Supreme Court officer of the Police Department cannot perform duties in the home district but Shahid Shaikh is performing duties in the SSP office since past several years by violating the court orders.
Ruling: The Committee concluded a village justice with no direct or independent knowledge of alleged misconduct by a court officer has no obligation to investigate or take any action.
Keruguya court officer Jackson Kibiru denied receiving a flash disk with evidence from the petitioner.
Earlier during hearing, upon Shahid Masood's remarks on Additional Advocate General, Asma Hamid, which angered the CJP, the chief judge said that Shahid Masood insulted his court officer.
Earlier during hearing today, upon Shahid Masood's remarks on Additional Advocate General, Asma Hamid, which angered the CJP, the chief judge said that Shahid Masood insulted his court officer.