A party that requests a writ of mandamus must establish: 1.) that the party has a clear legal right to the performance of a duty; 2.) that the defendant has no discretion with respect to the performance of that duty; and 3.) that the plaintiff has no adequate remedy at law.
Independent Party of Connecticut v. Dietter
October 15, 2012
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