Definition of "certiorari"
  1. A command from an appeals court to a lower court to provide all case documents, enabling the higher court to examine and review the lower court's decision
How to use "certiorari" in a sentence
  1. The appeals court issued a writ of certiorari in the disputed case.
  2. With a certiorari, the higher court requested to review the lower court's ruling.
  3. The case requires a certiorari for it to be reviewed by the appeals court.

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