How to Pronounce writs?

Correct pronunciation for the word "writs" is [ɹˈɪts], [ɹˈɪts], [ɹ_ˈɪ_t_s].

"Writs" in context

Writs are legal documents that offer orders from the courts, whether it be for criminal law or civil law cases. They are generally issued by a court to a law enforcement officer to direct the carrying out of a particular task, such as for the arrest of an individual or for searching a particular property. There are various types of writs, all of which serve different purposes, from ordering a person to appear in court, to providing relief against property seizure or preventing a person from being punished twice for the same offence.


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