Common misspellings for sheriff:
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Definition of sheriff:
- the principal law- enforcement officer in a county
- The chief officer of a shire or county, to whom is intrusted the execution of the laws, the serving of judicial writs and processes, and the preservation of the peace.
- The chief executive officer of a county, whose duty consists in enforcing law and order.
- Originally and in England the governor of a shire: an officer in a county who executes the law: the executive officer of the county and circuit courts of the States.
- Officer of a county who executes the law.
- The chief administrative officer of a county, who executes the mandates of courts, etc.
- A county officer entrusted with the execution of the laws.
- In Eng. and in the U. S., the chief officer of a shire or county, to whom is intrusted the execution of the laws; in Scot., the chief civil officer of a county, and sometimes of a city or burgh which is itself a county, who has extensive jurisdiction as a judge within his own district, both in civil and criminal matters.