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Establishing practices that would serve him well in his career as a judge of a busy federal court, he expedited matters by encouraging guilty pleas and quick dismissals. Witnesses who failed to appear were treated to swift and certain punishment, which sometimes meant attachment of their property. For bailjumping defendants he issued warrants. The judge and his court were not to be trifled with. Yet the judge was not remarkably more severe in his sentencing than those who preceded him as judges of the Twelfth Circuit.
Morale and esprit de 42 ISAAC C. PARKER corps improved accordingly. Near the end of his life, in a jury charge, Parker expressed his appreciation of the deputies: “Without these officers what is the use of this court? ” Soon after assuming his judgeship, Parker authorized an increase in the number of deputy marshals. Most accounts say he immediately approved the appointment of two hundred deputies, but Juliet Galonska, park historian of the Fort Smith National Historic Site, calculates that there were no more than forty or fifty at any time.
Soon after assuming his judgeship, Parker authorized an increase in the number of deputy marshals. Most accounts say he immediately approved the appointment of two hundred deputies, but Juliet Galonska, park historian of the Fort Smith National Historic Site, calculates that there were no more than forty or fifty at any time. ” Over the twenty-one years of Parker’s tenure, these deputies captured or killed outlaws, recruited and led posses, served process and other documents issued under the authority of the court, and generally did what they could to keep the peace in the Indian Territory.