24.554. 1306, Sec. (c), (d) Repealed by Acts 2001, 77th Leg., ch. (512) 916-5675. 24.60093. COURT STYLE. Sec. 144TH JUDICIAL DISTRICT (BEXAR COUNTY). September 1, 2005. 230TH JUDICIAL DISTRICT (HARRIS COUNTY). 2150), Sec. 1951), Sec. Sec. (a) The 343rd Judicial District is composed of Aransas, Bee, Live Oak, McMullen, and San Patricio counties. 24.537. Sec. State District Court Judges are elected to a four year term by the voters of Midland . (b) The 252nd District Court shall give preference to criminal cases. 68TH JUDICIAL DISTRICT (DALLAS COUNTY). Aug. 28, 1995. Sec. 37TH JUDICIAL DISTRICT (BEXAR COUNTY). (b) The terms of the criminal district court no. 24.351. Sept. 1, 1999. 1495, Sec. 1, eff. (a) The 212th Judicial District is composed of Galveston County. (d) Section 24.115, relating to the 14th District Court, contains provisions applicable to both that court and the Dallas County Criminal District Court No. Sec. (a) The 84th Judicial District is composed of Hansford, Hutchinson, and Ochiltree counties. (a) The 450th Judicial District is composed of Travis County. 1, eff. January 1, 2006. 1 is composed of El Paso County. April 14, 1987. Sec. Sec. 1306, Sec. September 1, 2015. 24.641. 2.04(a), eff. 1306, Sec. 24.023. 148, Sec. 24.60027. Sec. 3.13(15), eff. Sept. 1, 1985. The 416th Judicial District is composed of Collin County. 1, eff. Sec. (b) In addition to other jurisdiction provided by law, the 49th District Court has the civil and criminal jurisdiction of a county court. (4) in Limestone County on the first Mondays in May and November. Acts 1985, 69th Leg., ch. 1103 (H.B. 454TH JUDICIAL DISTRICT (MEDINA COUNTY). 1.04(a), eff. The criminal district courts also have concurrent original jurisdiction with the county criminal courts over misdemeanor cases. (c) The terms of the 92nd District Court begin on the first Mondays in January and July. Acts 2005, 79th Leg., Ch. FILING AND DOCKETING CASES. Sept. 1, 1987. 24.569. Sec. 4833), Sec. Sec. 3, eff. The 483rd Judicial District is composed of Hays County. 1146, Sec. 24.357. 148, Sec. 159TH JUDICIAL DISTRICT (ANGELINA COUNTY). Sec. SUBCHAPTER C. JUDICIAL DISTRICTS ACT OF 1969. Sept. 15, 2004. Sec. 1.02(c), eff. The judges may transfer cases from one court to the other by an order entered on the docket of the court from which the matter was transferred. The 412th Judicial District is composed of Brazoria County. The district clerk of Bowie County or his deputy shall serve the court when it is sitting in Texarkana and may transfer all necessary books, minutes, and records to Texarkana while the court is in session there, and may transfer all necessary books, minutes, records, and papers from Texarkana to Boston at the end of each session in Texarkana. Sept. 1, 1985. Sec. To the extent that this subchapter is inconsistent with those provisions, Section 24.139 prevails. 1352 (S.B. (f) The judges of the 77th and 87th judicial districts may, in their discretion, either in termtime or in vacation, on motion of any party, on agreement of the parties, or on their own motion to facilitate the administration of justice or to equalize the case load, transfer any civil or criminal cause on their dockets to the docket of the other court. Sec. 24.196. (a) The 276th Judicial District is composed of Camp, Marion, Morris, and Titus counties. 610 (H.B. 64TH JUDICIAL DISTRICT (CASTRO, HALE, AND SWISHER COUNTIES). Fax: : 940-349-2121. 24.908. EFFECT OF TRANSFER OF CERTAIN CASES FOLLOWING CREATION OF ADDITIONAL COURT. September 1, 2018. Amended by Acts 1993, 73rd Leg., ch. (5) in San Patricio County on the second Mondays in April and October. 24.523. 1342 (S.B. 24.209. (2) in Yoakum County on the second Mondays in June and December. (c) The terms provided by Subsection (b) begin at 10 a.m. on the first day of the term. (c) Repealed by Acts 2001, 77th Leg., ch. Added by Acts 2007, 80th Leg., R.S., Ch. (a) The 22nd Judicial District is composed of Caldwell, Comal, and Hays counties. 8, eff. 3.13(16), eff. 317, Sec. 3153), Sec. (b) The terms of the 44th District Court begin on the first Mondays in January, April, June, and October. 348TH JUDICIAL DISTRICT (TARRANT COUNTY). (d) The judges of the 103rd and 107th district courts need not impanel grand juries except in cases of emergency. 3. Sec. Sec. (a) The 115th Judicial District is composed of Marion and Upshur counties. 152ND JUDICIAL DISTRICT (HARRIS COUNTY). 24.615. Sec. (c) The El Paso County sheriff or the sheriff's deputy shall attend the court when required by law or by the judge. (a) The 341st Judicial District is composed of Webb County. (c) The terms of the 161st District Court begin on the first Mondays in January and July. 2, eff. (b) A district judge is entitled to an amount of supplemental compensation for serving on the juvenile board of a county that is equal to the amount other judges serving on the juvenile board receive. Sec. 1314), Sec. None of the salary paid to a retired judge sitting for the regular judge may be deducted or paid out of the salary of the regular judge. If the court determines that good cause exists for the issuance of the subpoena, the court shall order compliance. Sec. 130TH JUDICIAL DISTRICT (MATAGORDA COUNTY). 29TH JUDICIAL DISTRICT (PALO PINTO COUNTY). (a) The 282nd Judicial District is composed of Dallas County. 912 (S.B. (4) be removed to another location in the state so that the district contains an entirely different county or counties. Any of the judges may hear and determine motions, petitions for injunction, applications for appointment of receivers, interventions, motions to transfer venue, pleas in abatement, all dilatory pleas, motions for new trials, and all preliminary matters, questions, and proceedings, and may enter judgment or order thereon in the court in which the case is pending without having the case transferred to the court of the acting judge. 24.904. September 1, 2005. Sec. 24.177. Aug. 31, 1987. 1342 (S.B. (a) The 4th Judicial District is composed of Rusk County. (b) The terms of the 24th District Court begin: (1) in Calhoun County on the fourth Mondays in April and October; (2) in DeWitt County on the second Mondays in January and July; (3) in Goliad County on the first Mondays in February and August; (4) in Jackson County on the fourth Mondays in January and July; (5) in Refugio County on the third Mondays in April and October; and. The 267th Judicial District is composed of Calhoun, DeWitt, Goliad, Jackson, Refugio, and Victoria counties. (g) The officers serving the 276th District Court in Marion County shall also serve the 115th District Court in Marion County. (d) The 33rd District Court may hear and determine, in any county in the district convenient for the court, all preliminary or interlocutory matters in which a jury may not be demanded, in any case pending in any county in the district regardless of whether the case was filed in the county in which the hearing is held. (b) Section 24.112, relating to the 11th District Court, contains provisions applicable to both that court and the 113th District Court. 5, eff. 3.13(17), eff. 420TH JUDICIAL DISTRICT (NACOGDOCHES COUNTY). 201ST JUDICIAL DISTRICT (TRAVIS COUNTY). All citations, notices, restraining orders, and other process issued in Matagorda County by the clerk or judges of the courts are returnable to the district court of Matagorda County without reference to the court number. 1189), Sec. 41ST JUDICIAL DISTRICT (EL PASO COUNTY). 3.13(13), eff. The board shall complete its work on the reapportionment and file its order with the secretary of state not later than August 31 of the same year. September 1, 2005. The 311th Judicial District is composed of Harris County. 24.447. 2, eff. 24.944. 24.509. (b) In any county in the district in which there are two or more district courts, those district courts have concurrent jurisdiction in that county. (b) The 256th District Court shall give preference to family law matters. (a) Except as provided by Subsections (a-1) and (a-2) and Section 24.0125, notwithstanding any other law, each district court holds in each county in the judicial district terms that commence on the first Mondays in January and July of each year. (a) The 10th Judicial District is composed of Galveston County. 1, eff. (a) The 205th Judicial District is composed of Culberson, El Paso, and Hudspeth counties. June 7, 2019. 24.273. January 1, 2012. 54TH JUDICIAL DISTRICT (MCLENNAN COUNTY). Acts 2005, 79th Leg., Ch. The 271st Judicial District is composed of Jack and Wise counties. Acts 1985, 69th Leg., ch. 1189), Sec. DALLAS COUNTY CRIMINAL JUDICIAL DISTRICT NO. September 1, 2015. 44TH JUDICIAL DISTRICT (DALLAS COUNTY). (a) The 41st Judicial District is composed of El Paso County. 24.191. (d) The judges of the 25th and Second 25th judicial districts may hear and dispose of any suit or proceeding on either court's docket without transferring the suit or proceeding. Sept. 1, 2001. 24.181. (c) The terms of the 66th District Court begin on the first Mondays in January, March, May, July, September, and November. The 409th Judicial District is composed of El Paso County. 452ND JUDICIAL DISTRICT (EDWARDS, KIMBLE, MCCULLOCH, MASON, AND MENARD COUNTIES). (f) Each sheriff of the counties in the district shall perform the duties prescribed by law in connection with the cases from that sheriff's county. September 1, 2005. 24.620. 7(a), eff. (e) The clerk of the district court of Bowie County serves as the clerk of the 202nd District Court. Amended by Acts 1987, 70th Leg., ch. Added by Acts 2007, 80th Leg., R.S., Ch. (a) The 198th Judicial District is composed of Bandera and Kerr Counties. 3774), Sec. 183RD JUDICIAL DISTRICT (HARRIS COUNTY). The terms are designated the January-July and July-January terms. . 6, eff. 852 (H.B. Sec. Sec. September 1, 2005. 165 (H.B. Sept. 1, 1999; Acts 1999, 76th Leg., ch. 24.407. (a) The 106th Judicial District is composed of Dawson, Gaines, Garza, and Lynn counties. 1352 (S.B. Acts 2005, 79th Leg., Ch. 335TH JUDICIAL DISTRICT (BASTROP, BURLESON, LEE, AND WASHINGTON COUNTIES). The district court has control over the assignment of cases as prescribed by Sections 25.1112 and 26.209. 1189), Sec. 480, Sec. Sec. Sept. 1, 1985. (d) A district judge in the county may hear and determine any part or question of any case or proceeding pending in any of the district courts, and any other district judge may complete the hearing and render judgment in the case or proceeding.