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Attention attorneys: Under all Rules of Administration for judicial regions, rural courts have priority over urban courts for settings. If you take a client's money, I expect you to appear in court and represent that person. If you cannot adapt your calendar to my court calendar, I suggest you reconsider taking cases in my court. Your client deserves your attention.

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Expunction & Non-disclosure

Local Rules had been adopted for Grimes County prior to the establishment of the 506th Judicial District Court. You may obtain a copy of those Local Rules by clicking the link below

Local Rules for Grimes County

Local Rules for Waller County