Rhode Island are private process servers.
Constables are not employed by the state. RI Constables are bonded
and licensed to serve process under the authority of the Chief
Judge of the District Court of Rhode Island.
all writs and process issued under
Rhode Island law have been directed to the
sheriff's and deputy sheriffs of the several counties within the
state. Since 1967, the office of constable has been established
to provide an alternative for those requiring the service of process."
E. DEROBBIO, Chief Judge Rhode Island
District Court : DISTRICT COURT CONSTABLES: A MANUEL
reviews and certifies all writs as true
copies before service of process is effected.
check for correctness, and any information useful to the client
is noted in our reports.
are part of our job, and are free of charge.
is maintained and may be viewed by asking for
HUGHES LEGAL SUPPORT.
associates of are
licensed and bonded STATEWIDE to serve process as CONSTABLES in/for
the following courts:
Superior Court: Licensed and Bonded for
year ending July 31, 2012.
Family Courts: Licensed and Bonded for year
ending July 31, 2012.
Island District Court: Licensed and Bonded
for year ending July 31, 2012.
(Supreme and Family Court)
(Superior Court License)
( Unauthorized Service Of Process)