county officer

See: marshal
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I saw coloured men who were members of the state legislatures, and county officers, who, in some cases, could not read or write, and whose morals were as weak as their education.
Poverty and labour bore hard upon him, especially as county officers were getting troublesome, and in a weak moment he did the wicked act; but he has listened to my words, and his mind has got round again into its honest corner.
Police were out in force but did not tussle with protesters, unlike the previous night, when nine city officers, a county officer and a state trooper were injured and at least 33 people were taken into custody, said St.
Mr Hunter, assistant county officer with Greater Manchester Fire and Rescue Service, said the man was "distraught".
Tony Hunter, assistant county officer at Greater Manchester Fire and Rescue Service, said: "A colleague told me it was one of the most severe fires they had seen.
The lawsuit states that a Harris County officer kicked Jamail several times in the ribs as he lay on the ground.
A St Louis county officer was struck in the shoulder and a Webster Groves police officer was struck in the face.
Vaughan Foods' owner and reserve county officer Mark Vaughan stopped the assault by shooting the suspect.
said Denbigh & Flint county officer Rhys Roberts.
8 May 2012 - Manuel Irarrazaval is to replace Jose Miguel Alcalde as chief county officer of Deutsche Bank Chile, in effect from 15 June, the German parent of the Chilean lender said on Monday.
Circuit Court of Appeals revived a lawsuit that claims a county officer used excessive force and made an unlawful arrest during a 1999 traffic stop.
The appeals court held that the sheriff was a county officer when he managed the jail, and was thus not entitled to Eleventh Amendment immunity.

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