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During the fifteenth and much of the sixteenth centuries, the __________ was still the most powerful of all the annually elected parish officers. (Points : 2) churchwarden surveyor of
the highways constable overseer of the poor
Parish Constable was still the most powerful of all the annually elected parish officers.
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User: The movement to improve American law enforcement began in: (Points : 2) Atlanta. New York City. Pittsburgh. Philadelphia.

User: During the fifteenth and much of the sixteenth centuries, the __________ was still the most powerful of all the annually elected parish officers. (Points : 2) churchwarden surveyor of the highways constable overseer of the poor

Weegy: Parish Constable was still the most powerful of all the annually elected parish officers.
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User: In many states, if the sheriff is disabled or disqualified, the _____________ takes over his or her responsibilities. (Points : 2) deputy mayor judge coroner

Weegy: In many states, if the sheriff is disabled or disqualified, the coroner takes over his or her responsibilities. Answer is coroner. [[ ]]
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User: In America, the sheriff's duties include all but which one of the following? (Points : 2) Apprehension of criminals. Care of prisoners. Execution of civil process. Issuing warrants.

Weegy: In America, the sheriff's duties include : Issuing warrants.
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User: Colonial sheriffs were paid a fixed amount of money for each task performed; the more they worked, the higher the fees. (Points : 2) True False

Weegy: Colonial sheriffs were paid a fixed amount of money for each task performed; the more they worked, the higher the fees. This is TRUE.
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