The King's Bench power has been utilized by the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania to establish superintendency over all inferior courts in matters ranging from powers of rule-making to plenary jurisdiction. The court has viewed this power as constitutional or quasi-constitutional and places the exercise of the power beyond further appellate review. A review of the evolution of the King's Bench power reveals that the King's Bench was never intended as the
Bernard F. Scherer,
The Supreme Court of Pennsylvania and the Origins of King's Bench Power,
Duq. L. Rev.
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