It was my understanding that when I got the writ, as had been previously done in the same county and state, the sheriff would meet me immediately to set them out. Is there a law that shows a specific time the sheriff has to enforce the writ or do I have to just take his word
There is no set time frame. The sheriff's department schedules them based on their availability, etc. There must be a backlog, or shortage of available officers in your county.
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