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Like AHCA in Murciano, a practitioner could encounter a situation in which it is unclear whether a petition for review or a petition for an extraordinary writ (such as mandamus or prohibition) is the appropriate means of seeking relief.
22) In Denedo, the accused sought an extraordinary writ at the Navy-Marine Court of Criminal Appeals, alleging ineffective assistance of counsel more than five years after his case was finalized.
But, as with most legal doctrines, there is an exception: if the court decides that an agency does not have the power to issue the rule at all, the court can issue what is known as an extraordinary writ to halt the rulemaking in its tracks.
Mandamus is a drastic and extraordinary writ that will be issued only when, among other things, the petitioner has no other adequate remedy.
In twitter, netizens were wondering whether Habaes Corpuz was a son of a lawyer since his name was a legal term of an extraordinary writ in court, which means "to produce the body in court.
Within new subdivision (g), provides a definition of "petitions or responses in extraordinary writ cases".
13) Petitions for an extraordinary writ to review an order of the JPML to set a transfer hearing and other orders of the JPML issued prior to the order either directing or denying transfer may be filed only in the court of appeals having jurisdiction over the district in which a hearing is to be or has been held.
The court granted in part and denied in part the Williams' Petition for extraordinary writ relief and directed the clerk of the court to issue a writ of mandamus instructing the lower court to set aside that portion of its order allowing Nurse Hambrick to testify as to medical causation.
LEGAL COMMENTARY: Mandamus is a drastic and extraordinary writ that will be issued only when there is: (I) a clear legal right in the petitioner to the court order sought; (2) an imperative duty upon the respondent to perform, accompanied by a refusal to do so; (3) the lack of another adequate remedy; and (4) properly invoked jurisdiction of the court.
habeas corpus or any extraordinary writ rather than the four needed to
There were at least four significant areas in which Judge Everett made the most obvious impact: jurisdiction of the courts-martial over persons and offenses, application of the Fourth and Fifth Amendments to constitutional jurisprudence in the military context, recognition of the extraordinary writ jurisdiction, and vigilance against command influence.