Who actually hands a Writ of Citation to a jail inmate? Is it a deputy sheriff? Is it a jail employee? Are all jail employees that deal directly with inmate deputies?
Chapter 25 of code of criminal procedure says indictment is to be given to the sheriff to be delivered. Therefor, anyone who works for sheriff can serve a prisoner with indictment.
Typically it will be a sheriffs deputy.
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Indictment is usually served by a sheriff deputy in court or at the jail
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