Extraordinary Writ

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What does Extraordinary Writ mean?

extraordinary writ – Asking the appellate court to compel the lower court to follow the law to avoid irreparable harm that the normal appeal route would not be able to cure, like a writ of habeas corpus to prevent unlawful imprisonment.

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