Court of Appeals - Clerk of Court - Certiorari List
Scope and Contents
A certiorari is a writ from a higher court to a lower court requesting the record of a case for review. This series consists of a list of these writs as requested by the Court of Appeals. Listed in columnar fashion is the: (1) case number; (2) name of appellant and appellee; (3) date of judgement, and (4) dates for: (a) notice of intention; (b) record ordered; (c) record to council; (d) notice from Supreme Court; (e) remitter from Supreme Court, and (f) remitter issued. The last three pages of the volume list cases certified to the Supreme Court, with the date certified, Supreme Court case number, date instructions filed and judge's name. For additional material relating to Court of Appeals cases, please see RG 92-1-5 thru RG 92-1-7 and RG 92-1-9 - 11.
- Created: 1942-1959
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