habeas corpus cum causa
- A court order originating from a higher court that instructs a lower court to bring forth a defendant along with the reason for which the defendant is being held - also referred to as habeas corpus ad faciendum et recipiendum, coming from a Latin phrase meaning 'you should have the body with the cause'
- The higher court issued a writ of habeas corpus cum causa, requiring the lower court to produce the defendant and provide the reason for the arrest.
- In order to verify if the detention was legal, a writ of habeas corpus cum causa was served to the responding court.
- The offender’s lawyer filed for habeas corpus cum causa to challenge the legality of his client's detention.