1 edition of Writing for the court found in the catalog.
Writing for the court
Raymond, James C.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 151-155) and index.
|Statement||James C. Raymond|
|LC Classifications||K94 .R39 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 160 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||160|
|LC Control Number||2010362573|
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If a form has writing on both sides, make sure you copy both sides. Always keep a copy for yourself. Keep a clean copy of all of your court papers in a folder in a safe place.
Bring your folder with you every time you go to the clerk's office, a court hearing, the court's self-help center or facilitator's office, or if you go see a lawyer. For all intermediate appellate court cases, the correct abbreviation for the court is now Tex.
App. because the 14th edition has abandoned Tex. Civ. App. See Rule In case you’d forgotten: before September 1,Texas’s intermediate appellate courts had no criminal jurisdiction and heard only civil cases.Most documents filed with the court are filed electronically.
The clerk’s office is responsible for uploading documents filed by pro se into the Case Management/Electronic Case Files parties (“CM/ECF”) system. The Clerk’s Office maintains a record, or do cket, for every case.
The CM/ECF system allows public access to the court’s Size: KB.