ARKANSAS SUPREME COURT
No. CR 06-1359
NOT DESIGNATED FOR PUBLICATION
MARION HUMPHREY, CIRCUIT
Opinion Delivered January 4, 2007
PRO SE MOTION FOR RULE ON
CLERK TO FILE PETITION FOR WRIT
OF MANDAMUS WITHOUT
CERTIFIED RECORD [CIRCUIT
COURT OF PULASKI COUNTY, CR
Petitioner Chet Murry tendered to this court a petition for writ of mandamus contending that
Circuit Judge Marion Humphrey had failed to perform a particular duty. Petitioner subsequently
filed the instant motion seeking to file the mandamus petition without the certified record required
by this court to file such a petition.
Arkansas Supreme Court Rule 6-1(a) provides that in cases in which the jurisdiction of this
court is in fact appellate, although in form original, such as petitions for writs of prohibition,
certiorari, or mandamus, the pleadings with certified exhibits from the trial court are treated as the
record. Jackson v. Tucker, 325 Ark. 318, 927 S.W.2d 336 (1996) (per curiam). Without this
certified record, there is no basis on which this court can assume jurisdiction of a matter.
Accordingly, the motion for rule on clerk is dismissed.