What is the Definition of a Court Officer?

Answer A court officer is more commonly known as a bailiff. Such a professional has various duties of a legal nature.Etymology"Bailiff" is of medieval origin, from Middle English, Anglo-French and Latin r... Read More »

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Are there any cited court judgments involving a junior ranking officer in a senior appointment giving an order to a senior officer in rank. What was the details of this case?

No, signing up for the Coast Guard, both Active duty and reserves is just like anyother military service, and "they" pay you.If you're interested in a non commital Coast Guard type job, there's alw... Read More »

What is a court police officer?

A court police officer is a law enforcement officer who provides safety and protection inside a courtroom. He assists judges and enforces rules within the court. A court officer is also known as a ... Read More »

What Is a Court Referral Officer?

A court referral program provides courts, judicial officers and probation departments with an alternative to incarceration or the imposition of fines as punishment for certain misdemeanor offenses.... Read More »

What does an Air Force Summary Court Officer do?

The SCO is tasked with securing and handling the disipositon of the personal effects (PE) of deceased active duty. He secures, inventories, records the effects of the deceased that are on governmen... Read More »