Writ of protection

Related to Writ of protection: judicial writ
(Law) A writ by which the king formerly exempted a person from arrest; - now disused
A judicial writ issued to a person required to attend court, as party, juror, etc., intended to secure him from arrest in coming, staying, and returning.
- Blackstone.

See also: Protection, Protection

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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READ:SC gives rights workers writ of protection vs 'red-tagging', harassment But Palabay said the CA, on its first hearing on the plea, did not allow them to present their witnesses due to lack of judicial affidavit.
The relief the petitioners were seeking a writ of protection that would also have applied to others similarly situated was too broad and the record not developed enough to make her comfortable granting such drastic relief, Cypher wrote.
Expelled Iglesia ni Cristo member Lowell Menorca II on Friday said he was set to file criminal charges against all those people who did wrong to (his) family during their alleged abduction and detention as soon as the Court of Appeals decided on his camp's request for a writ of protection from the INC.
Unlike the amparo or writ of protection, (6) the Latin American collective action did not originate indigenously.
SC gives rights workers writ of protection vs 'red-tagging', harassment !-- -- Kristine Joy Patag (Philstar.com) - May 30, 2019 - 3:02pm MANILA, Philippines Rights workers have scored a win at the Supreme Court, which issued a writ of protection against alleged state harassment.
The Supreme Court directives were the same recommendations made by Branch 63 of the the Regional Trial Court in La Trinidad, Benguet, which originally issued a "writ of amparo" or writ of protection in favor of Balao.