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Rs 13:2515 Application For Supervisory Writs; Stay Orders

§2515. Application for supervisory writs; stay orders

NOTE: §2515 eff. until Jan. 1, 2017. See Acts 2014, No. 845, §1.

All applications for supervisory writs of certiorari, prohibition or mandamus to the Criminal District Court for the Parish of Orleans from the municipal and traffic courts of New Orleans shall be filed with the clerk of the Criminal District Court for the Parish of Orleans, and shall be by him allotted to the criminal court of appeals panel then sitting to hear appeals within that court under its rules, in connection with cases not appealable to the Supreme Court of Louisiana. No stay order shall be binding on the lower court unless at least two of such judges shall order such stay. The application for writs shall follow the general form and shall contain all documents and exhibits now required by Rule 12 of Rules of the Supreme Court of Louisiana, or as may be hereafter required under Rule 12.

NOTE: §2515 as amended by Acts 2014, No. 845, §1, eff. jan. 1, 2017.

All applications for supervisory writs of certiorari, prohibition or mandamus to the Criminal District Court for the Parish of Orleans from the Municipal and Traffic Court of New Orleans shall be filed with the clerk of the Criminal District Court for the Parish of Orleans, and shall be by him allotted to the criminal court of appeals panel then sitting to hear appeals within that court under its rules, in connection with cases not appealable to the Supreme Court of Louisiana. No stay order shall be binding on the lower court unless at least two of such judges shall order such stay. The application for writs shall follow the general form and shall contain all documents and exhibits now required by Rule X of Rules of the Supreme Court of Louisiana, or as may be hereafter required under Rule X.

Added by Acts 1962, No. 447, §1; Acts 2014, No. 845, §1, eff. Jan 1, 2017.

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John Bel Edwards
John Bel Edwards
January 11, 2016 -
Democratic
1-225-342-4404
900 North 3rd Street, Baton Rouge, LA, 70802

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