Writs of “Mandamus” (we command) to remedy defects of justice

Victims, unite in the issuance of ‘writs of mandamus‘ or ‘orders of mandamus‘!

Paulette Cooper found this judicial remedy which is very well explained in Wikipedia.

Lodge a writ of mandamus at the higer Court so that lower Courts, the Police or other government officers to perform mandatory or purely ministerial duties correctly.

Send me a copy and I’ll collate them into a “we command” page.

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About Sabine Kurjo McNeill

I'm a mathematician and system analyst formerly at CERN in Geneva and became an event organiser, software designer, independent web publisher and online promoter of Open Justice. My most significant scientific contribution is www.smartknowledge.space
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2 Responses to Writs of “Mandamus” (we command) to remedy defects of justice

  1. Colin Peters says:

    At first glance it sounds interesting Sabine, but then there already loads of remedies and solutions and safeguards in place as a means to justice, all of which cen be made ineffective by a corrupt judiciary.
    It is an ordeal just to get from a lower court to a higher court of appeal and when one finally gets there, one finds that the main criteria of the court is to cover up for the brother judges and lawyers who have gone before them.
    Not just my own experience, but the experience of many, is that the higher one goes within the legal system, the greater the resistance to justice.
    For my own part, that is the reason why I did not take my case to the House of Lords.
    I’d seen enough in the courts below to know that it was all just a waste of time and resources.

  2. This is a very wise comment, Colin!

    A kind of confirmation that the only way forward is via the EU Commission and the fundamental Article 47 ‘guaranteeing’ an “effective remedy” and a “fair trial”.

    I hope to be able to report soon on that avenue!

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