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EX PARTE FAHEY, 332 U. S. 258 (1947)
U.S. Supreme Court
Ex parte Fahey, 332 U.S. 258 (1947)
Ex parte Fahey
No. 133, Misc.
Argued April 30, 1947
Decided June 23, 1947
332 U.S. 258
Mandamus, prohibition, and injunction against judges are extraordinary remedies which should be reserved for really extraordinary cases, and this Court will not countenance their use as substitutes for an appeal. Pp. 332 U. S. 259-260.
Petition invoking the original jurisdiction of this Court and asking leave to file petition for writ of mandamus, prohibition, or injunction against a District Judge to vacate his order allowing fees to counsel in Fahey v. Mallonee, ante, p. 332 U. S. 245, to prohibit any further allowance therein, and to enjoin any payments heretofore allowed, denied, p. 332 U. S. 260.
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