officer of the law

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Bearing that in mind, be pleased to remember, at the same time, that I am an officer of the law acting here under the sanction of the mistress of the house.
An officer of the law charged with duties of the highest
The woman told Cardiff crown court: "I didn't expect that from an officer of the law.
The current owner is an officer of the law and 'crime' is calling for his full dedication, so he must sell.
If my son and his friend had done this inside the ground they could have been ejected and lost their season ticket, but it seems that a officer of the law can swear quite freely at members of the public and face no consequences.
Since the recipient is just as guilty (in the eyes of the law) of distributing child porn as the sender, we should encourage teenagers who decide to "sext" someone to send the pictures to a local political hack or officer of the law as well.
Cop Book: True Stories of Life, Death, and the Cops Who Manage the Space Between" is a collection of anecdotes about author Richard Greelis' decades long career as an officer of the law.
Remember Me" is a story of one officer of the law forced to face off against the supernatural.
And this constitutes destruction of evidence, which is a big no-no for an officer of the law.
And was that an officer of the law I saw last year in Westgate Street with a discreet three feathers stencilled on his right cheek?
But the Los Angeles City Civil Service Commission apparently has other ideas about what is befitting of an officer of the law.
Abernathy, age 68, is a former Chief Operating Officer of the law firm of Patton Boggs, LLP, a position he held for almost 10 years before his retirement in April 2004.

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