(1) If the court finds in favor of the petitioner, an appropriate order must be entered
with respect to the judgment or sentence in the former proceeding and any supplementary
orders as to reassignment, retrial, custody, bail, or discharge as may be necessary
(2) If the court finds for the prosecution, the petitioner must be returned to the
custody of the person to whom the writ was directed.
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