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    Default habeas corpus

    What verbs are most commonly used together with "habeas corpus", when it comes to lawyers and judges?

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    A writ of habeas corpus is/has/will be...

    Apply for a writ of...

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    Default Re: habeas corpus

    So a lawyer applies for a writ of HC. What about the judge? Concedes? Denies?

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    A writ can be granted or denied.

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