Under-sheriff

UNDER-SHERIFF. A deputy of a sheriff. The principal is called high-sheriff, and the deputy the under-sheriff. Vide 1 Phil. Ev. Index, h.t.

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And Walt's Under-Sheriff, Vic, drops in from her sojourn in Philadelphia to enliven events, especially competing in her first skeet competition (while also seeking her brother's killer, an event which took place in an earlier book in the series).
The heroic Under-sheriff Cavanaugh overcame both surprise and mortal wounds to return fire even as he fell, buying time for brother officers to unlimber their guns and shoot the cop-killer.
BBC1, 8pm Fiona Bruce and art expert Philip Mould help Under-Sheriff and Secondary of London Charles Henty investigate whether two paintings in his possession are as valuable as he thinks.
BBC One, 8pm Fiona Bruce and art expert Philip Mould return for one final commission, helping Under-Sheriff and Secondary of London Charles Henty investigate whether two paintings in his possession are as valuable as he thinks.
The court held that the defendants did not maintain an unconstitutional policy, practice, or custom of over-detention and that the sheriff and under-sheriff were not individually liable for the detainee's over-detention under [section] 1983.
Jones currently serves as the Under-sheriff in the Orange County (New York) Sheriff's Office and has taught criminal investigation at SUNY Sullivan for 20 years.
Under-sheriff Rick Scott, said: "If he'd known help was not far away, he might have held off.
The judge interrupted several times to say he had received a call last Wednesday from an under-sheriff informing him that Hilton had a medical condition and that he would submit papers to the judge to consider.
Speaking about the latest attack last night, Monte Gore, under-sheriff of Park County, Colorado, said: "If this is some kind of a copycat, it's horrible and of concern to everybody, all law enforcement.
Under-sheriff for Clwyd John Gregory said high sheriffs were nominated four years in advance, and considered by the Privy Council.
It was, therefore out of character when the death of Under-Sheriff Steele occurred on 7 August 1845.
More, as a citizen and at one time under-sheriff of the capital, was steeped in its laws and administrative practice and, so the author argues, uses this experience to shape his vision of the ideal city state.