The writ of coram nobis appears to be the wild ass of the law which the courts cannot control.
In writing on the subject we have wobbled and bobbled like a lost raft at sea. But we are not alone, as other courts likewise seem to be without mast and compass when sailing this sea.
A Hail Mary pass in American football is a long forward pass made in desperation at the end of a game, with only a small chance of success. The writ of error coram nobis is its criminal-law equivalent.
Given this post’s overuse of the word “Anderson” and its general content, I’m expecting at least one regular to comment on it.