Winning Writs and Appeals for 15 Years

Procedure for Writ of Mandate or Prohibition

233174_sThe Writ Petition is analogous to a Civil Complaint in that it is self-contained.  There is no notice of the Appeal, and the Petition contains the exhibits and a transcript of the proceedings.

The Writ must be filed within the statutory time limits, if there are any, or within a reasonable time.

The Petition is filed with the next higher Court. The Court can do one of three things:

  1. Deny relief outright.
  2. Grant relief outright.
  3. Request an opposition by the District Attorney.

The Court will issue a Writ directing the lower Court to do or stop doing the matter for which the petition was taken, if it’s granted.

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