Pursuant to Virgin Island’s Statute, the Office of the Superior Court Marshal is
comprised of the Chief Marshal, who administers the office subject to the
supervision, control and direction of the Presiding Judge, two (2)
Assistant Marshals, one in each judicial district, deputies as appointed by the
Presiding Judge, and an administrative staff to aid with the proper
administration and performance of the duties and functions of the division.
In accordance with 4 V.I. Code Ann. § 351, the Chief Marshal of the Superior Court, personally
or through the Assistant Marshals or Deputy Marshals, attends the sessions of the Court to
preserve order and decorum therein, which includes, but is not limited to protecting the
Judges, court clerks and the general public.
In addition, in accordance with the 4 V.I. Code Ann. § 82, the Marshal’s Office is authorized
to execute all writs, process (i.e. warrants, summons, subpoenas, etc.) and Orders of the
Superior Court and to conduct auctions
, and to perform such other duties incident to the Office of the Marshal which
includes, but is not limited to, serving as peace officer in the territory.