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Current Trial docket

Listed below is information concerning the trial docket for the 295th District Court.  If you have any questions regarding the trial docket, please contact the trial coordinator, Willie Frazier at 832.927.1384 or Willie_Frazier@justex.net.

1.  The 295th District Court does not conduct Docket Call.

2.  Pre-Trial Conferences are conducted at the time of trial, unless additional time is requested to conduct hearings on Daubert motions, obtain rulings on voluminous deposition excerpts, or as may otherwise be needed.

3.  Motions for Continuances need to be filed prior to the trial date preferably 7 days prior to trial and before you are assigned. During the months of June, July, and August, if you have a vacation letter on file for both weeks of the trial docket and you are the attorney of record, submit a letter to the court stating you will enforce your vacation letter.  An order resetting the trial will be mailed out at the end of the two-week docket period. Please refer to the Local Rules concerning summer months and non-summer months.

4. Make sure you comply with the Rule of Civil Procedure with regard to pre-trial filings.

5.  You are on stand-by notice the entire two-week trial period. We will of course, keep you posted if you are the next trial up so that you may schedule witnesses, etc. This means you may be called to trial at any time during  that two-week period.

6.  Do not make an appearance for trial on the Monday you are set. You may contact the trial coordinator for additional information.

Any questions regarding the submission or oral hearing docket need to be directed to the court clerks at 832.927.1375 or by email at Davia.Ford@hcdistrictclerk.com

Pursuant to the Texas Supreme Court Emergency Orders all parties and counsel are hereby notified that Judge Roth has been approved through The Office of Court Administration to conduct jury trials.  As such anyone on the Court’s docket for trial who is not ready for trial or has a reason why they do not want to move forward with trial should file the appropriate motion with the Court and set it for hearing or submission.

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