Writs in Criminal Cases

Criminal cases generally follow a linear path. For many defendants there's arrest, pretrial litigation, trial, then conviction. Then come the appeals. But writs provide another way for defendants to ask a higher court to step in, either during or after trial, and sometimes before.

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