writ of coram nobis

Definition of "writ of coram nobis"
  1. A legal plea to a judge to reconsider a decision due to a factual error that was previously unknown and which could alter the case’s outcome
How to use "writ of coram nobis" in a sentence
  1. Due to new evidence discovered, the attorney argued for a writ of coram nobis.
  2. The writ of coram nobis filed led to the reopening and review of the previously decided case.
  3. Following a misunderstanding of facts, the defense team sought to submit a writ of coram nobis.

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