Writ of protection

Definition of Writ of protection

(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

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