Rectifying Serious Injustices and Illegal Actions that Cannot Be Solved in the Normal Appeals Process
A wide range of problems are susceptible of being remedied by extraordinary writs. The underlying principle is immediate access to appellate review to enforce the law. We routinely utilizes these writs, which include habeas corpus, mandamus, prohibition, and certiorari. Below are a few examples of this type of litigation.
- Refusal of judge to grant recusal where bias is reasonably questioned
- Perpetual reassignment of misdemeanor court judges to hear felony cases
- Establishment of a local domestic violence court