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A Latin term for in your presence and well known. This is a writ that brings to the attention of a trial court errors in fact. The error in fact might be the existence of a defense that was not made known during trial because of the mistake, fraud, or duress of other parties to the lawsuit and if known would have resulted in a different verdict. This is a motion before a trial court and does not exist in the federal system. This writ declares as false a fact previously determined to be true.

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