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The Marshal Service Division, establish under 1 CMC § 3901, serves as law enforcement officers for the Judiciary. Marshals have the same authority as police officers and are tasked with a number of public safety responsibilities including:

  • Ensuring general court security to judiciary personnel, participants in court proceedings, and the general public visiting judicial facilities;

  • Providing security for justices and judges on official business beyond the Judiciary grounds;

  • Serving various forms of process such as bench warrants; and

  • Assisting in the transportation of criminal offenders.

  • Each marshal must undergo firearms training and certification to the same extent as the Department of Public Safety.

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Jason Tarkong

Chief Marshal

Jesus Santos

Deputy Marshal III

Roemar Segotier

Deputy  Marshal III

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Maria Tudela

Deputy Marshal l

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Jason Camacho

Deputy Marshal l

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Jonathan B. Limes

Deputy Marshal l

Ryan Justice T. Babauta

Deputy Marshal l

Bryce allen E. Maratita

Deputy Marshal l

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Sherla Sablan

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