Kollie challenged his removal from office by the president through a petition for the writ of prohibition
filed before the Supreme Court.
The 28-page petition signed by representatives of Save Palawan Movement also asked the high court to issue a writ of prohibition
to the Commission on Elections (Comelec), which will prepare for the holding of a plebiscite to ratify Republic Act No.
Jones filed for and received a preliminary writ of prohibition
, and on April 30, the high court made it permanent.
and several affiliated entities filed a Petition with the Ohio Supreme Court seeking a Writ of Prohibition
against the Honorable Mark Serrott asserting that Judge Serrott's refusal to dismiss Navidea Biopharmaceuticals' pending Ohio litigation against CRG was improper and that Judge Serrott lacked jurisdiction over CRG with respect to the case issues.
The city attorney is seeking a writ of prohibition
arguing the judge lacks jurisdiction to tell the city to provide representation for the local welfare office.
(20) The Fourth District agreed and, on its own accord, converted the relief requested to a more appropriate writ of prohibition
, to prevent the court from acting in excess of its jurisdiction.
The CA court ordered the PCC to acknowledge the agreement as deemed approved by operation of law, even as it issued a writ of prohibition
precluding the PCC from conducting a full review and/or investigation of the subject acquisition.
"The acrimonious relationship between Judge Yacucci and Smith, marked by lawsuits, a public altercation and televised disparagement, the jailing of Smith for contempt, judicial campaign disputes, unsolicited attempts to influence a petition for writ of prohibition
, and multiple refusals to disqualify himself, clearly displayed Judge Yacucci's disregard for proper judicial conduct."
Issue a mandate in the nature of a writ of prohibition
prohibiting the 4th and 5th Respondent from functioning as members of the Board of Ministers of the Northern Province;
Relief through a writ of prohibition
is the inverse of mandamus relief, as it requests that the court prohibit a military judge or another entity from taking a certain action.
It concluded that "the petitioners' omission to continue treatment under the circumstances, though intentional and with knowledge that the patient would die, was not an unlawful failure to perform a legal duty." And because no criminal liability attaches for failure to act (i.e., an omission) unless there is a legal duty to act affirmatively, it issued a writ of prohibition
restraining the lower court from taking any further action on the matter.
It stated that "the petitioners' omission to continue treatment under the circumstances, though intentional and with knowledge that the patient would die, was not an unlawful failure to perform a legal duty" Because no criminal liability attaches for failure to act (i.e., an omission) unless there is a legal duty to act affirmatively, it issued a writ of prohibition
restraining the lower court from taking any further action.