Writ Of Certiorari

Definition:   an extraordinary writ issued by a superior court to call up the records of a particular case from an inferior judicial body

Pronunciation:   \ˌsər-shē-ə-ˈrar-ē\

Used in a Sentence:   A Writ of Certiorari is one the two ways to have a case from a U.S. Court of Appeals reviewed by the U.S Supreme Court.

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