Writ of certiorari

Writ of certiorari,

Definition of Writ of certiorari:

  1. Extraordinary writ issued by an appellate court in response to a request for the review the judgment of a judicial office, lower court, or tribunal. It is a discretionary writ and may be denied signaling the courts refusal to grant the review. certiorari is Latin for, to be informed.

Meaning of Writ of certiorari & Writ of certiorari Definition