Writ of Association – directs a Clerk to assist justices & sergeants to ensure an adequate supply of commissioners for a court session

Writ of Association:

(17c.) Hist. English law. A writ whereby certain persons (usually the clerk of assize and subordinate officers) were directed to associate themselves with the justices & sergeants so that there would be an adequate supply of commissioners for the assizes.”

How the U.S. Judicial System is Designed to Enable The People to Fix the System when used as Designed