Examples of lawman in a Sentence
Wyatt Earp was a famous American lawman of the Wild West.
as the rural county's chief lawman, the sheriff has to patrol a vast area with only minimal manpower
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Billy Clanton and the McLaury brothers, who stood and fought, were killed by the lawmen, all of whom walked away.
In 2007, Lake County commissioners voted unanimously to change the name of a 2.5-mile stretch of road named after McCall that ran past the notorious lawman’s former home.
Sanders in 2002 became Jackson County prosecutor, using the office to seek the political spotlight and forging an image as a tough-on-crime lawman.
As played by Shannon, Noesner is a calm, straight-arrow lawman, though not an unblemished one.
The trial, with its tantalizing narrative about two lawmen pitted against one another, made headlines around the state, introducing many Oregonians to the little Malheur County burgh.
But the lawmen came back again and again, according to sources close to the case.
Arpaio endorsed Trump in 2016 and appeared alongside him at campaign appearances, including a large outdoor event in the lawman's hometown of Fountain Hills, outside Phoenix.
Hueytown officials on Tuesday night named a veteran lawman as the city's new police chief.
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