Definition of Bailiff

Bailiffs are the legal officers who enforce the peaceful proceedings of the court. They are responsible to maintain law and order situation in the court premises. Bailiffs are the one who maintains the decorum of the court by making sure all proceedings in the court went peacefully.


They are responsible to maintain the order of the court. Jury, prosecutions and the other legal team are dependent of the bailiff. During the testimony, bailiffs are the one who takes oaths with the person in the witness box by raising their hands to tell the facts.


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