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§ 5-4-1 - When certiorari shall lie; exception
§ 5-4-2 - Petition for certiorari to probate judge generally
§ 5-4-3 - Petition for certiorari to inferior judicatories generally
§ 5-4-4 - Petition for certiorari in appeal case tried by jury in justice of the peace court generally
§ 5-4-5 - Bond and security required; certificate of payment of costs; oath of security; affidavit of indigence
§ 5-4-6 - Time for application for writ; filing of petition; service of petition and writ
§ 5-4-7 - Time for filing of answer; manner of service; effect of failure to perfect service
§ 5-4-8 - Writing or dictation of answer by parties, attorneys, or interested persons; when verification required
§ 5-4-9 - Filing of traverse or exception to answer; perfection of answer
§ 5-4-10 - Amendment of petition, bond, answer, and traverse
§ 5-4-11 - Conduct of hearing generally; trial by jury
§ 5-4-12 - Grounds of error considered generally; scope of review; technical distinctions abolished
§ 5-4-13 - Grant of writ for failure to prove venue or time of criminal offense
§ 5-4-14 - Dismissal or return of writ to lower court with instructions; entry by superior court of final decision where no questions of fact involved
§ 5-4-15 - Requirement of new trial when writ not answered
§ 5-4-16 - Recovery of costs by plaintiff where certiorari sustained; recovery of costs by plaintiff where certiorari returned to lower court for new trial
§ 5-4-17 - Recovery of costs by defendant generally
§ 5-4-18 - Recovery of damages for frivolous certiorari
§ 5-4-19 - Operation of writ of certiorari as supersedeas in civil cases
§ 5-4-20 - Supersedeas of criminal conviction; bond; affidavit of indigence; effect of supersedeas