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Emergency Orders for COVID-19

Govenor Abbott's Emergency Declaration 13; Suspension of Certain Bond & Release Statutes

Supreme Court of Texas / Court of Criminal Appeals First Emergency Order

Supreme Court of Texas / Court of Criminal Appeals Second Emergency Order

Supreme Court of Texas / Court of Criminal Appeals Third Emergency Order

Supreme Court of Texas / Court of Criminal Appeals Fourth Emergency Order

 

 

Structured Settlement Proceedings:

If there is no opposition or other responding party to the Application, Applicants shall file their proposed redacted Orders under a 10-day Notice of Submission. The unredacted Orders shall be provided to the Clerk prior to the submission date so that both will be available to the Court on the submission date. In the event there is opposition, the opposing party shall file its Answer as well as a testimonial affidavit, if necessary, and any desired legal brief prior to the date and time of the submission. For a sample Notice of Submission, click here. 

 

 

Expunctions and Non-Disclosure Matters:

If there is no opposition to the Expunction or Non-Disclosure, use the procedures included on this website. Find it here.

If there is opposition to the Expunction or Non-Disclosure, and after all statutory notices have been given and the time has run, Applicant shall submit the matter to the Court on a 10-day Notice of Submission, with notice to all responding parties as provided by law or Rule. Click here for submission guidelines. 

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