huissier (wee-syay), n. [French fr. huis ¡°door¡±]
1. French law. An usher of a court; an officer (such as a marshal) who serves process.
2. Hist. In England, a ministerial officer attached to a court, responsible for service of process, issuing executions, and maintaining order during court sessions.
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