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Deputy U.S. Marshals

Work Environment

In general, deputy U.S. marshals work 40 hours a week. These hours are usually during the daytime, Monday through Friday, but overtime and other shifts are sometimes required. Travel may be necessary, for example, to transport a prisoner from one state to another.

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