2017 Louisiana Laws
Revised Statutes
TITLE 13 - Courts and Judicial Procedure
RS 13:2089.2 - West Monroe; deputy marshals

§2089.2. West Monroe; deputy marshals

A. The marshal of the city court of West Monroe may appoint one or more deputies, on the approval of the city judge. Said deputies shall have the same powers and authority as the marshal of the city court; provided, that he shall at all times be responsible for their actions.

B. The marshal of the city court of West Monroe shall designate one of said deputies as chief deputy marshal, and he shall receive a minimum salary of five hundred thirty dollars, not less than five hundred thirty dollars payable by the city of West Monroe and such sum as may be fixed from time to time by the parish of Ouachita.

C. The full-time deputy marshals shall receive a minimum monthly salary of not less than six hundred ninety-three dollars payable by the city of West Monroe and such sum as may be fixed by the parish of Ouachita.

D. The marshal of the city court of West Monroe may pay additional salary and expense allowances to his deputies from the Marshal's Special Fund assessment of court cost.

E. The city of West Monroe, the parish of Ouachita, or either of them may increase the monthly salary of the chief deputy or any deputy marshal payable by them from time to time without further legislative authority.

Acts 1967, No. 109, §1. Acts 1984, No. 704, §3.

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