Lawman

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Lawman is a term used in reference to an American law-enforcement officer, usually a sheriff or a marshal.

Lawman may also refer to the Scandinavian legal office discussed under lawspeaker.

Television and film titles[edit]

  • Lawman (TV series),a hit American western series produced in 1958–62 by Warner Bros. and starring John Russell as Marshal Dan Troop on the ABC network.
  • Lawman (film), American western directed in 1971 by Michael Winner and starring Burt Lancaster as Marshal Jared Maddox
  • Justified (TV series), (originally named Lawman) an American crime drama created by Graham Yost; scheduled for broadcast on FX channel
  • Steven Seagal: Lawman, a program on A&E starring Steven Seagal

See also[edit]

  • Lawman (late 12th century–early 13th century), English poet; first known writer on subject of Arthurian legends; usually referenced as Layamon
  • LAWMAN, Danish cartoon figure structured as satire of American superheroes; created in 2002 by Erwin Neutzsky-Wulff and drawn by Jørgen Bitsch
  • Lawman (horse) (born 2004), French thoroughbred racer; winner of 2007 Prix du Jockey Club