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LOCAL RULES FOR THE DISTRICT COURTS  OF MADISON, LEON COUNTY

Madison County District Court Rules (pdf)

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DISTRICT CLERK INFORMATION/FORMS 


2016 FEE SCHEDULE
 
LEGAL AID
 

JURY DUTY
 

PETITION FOR NON-DISCLOSURE 

FREESTONE COUNTY STANDING ORDER REGARDING
CHILDREN, PROPERTY AND CONDUCT OF THE PARTIES

ADDITIONAL RESOURCES/WEBSITES 


 

 RESOURCES
www.SelfHelpSupport.org
(best practices, etc.)

www.texasbar.com/lris
(lawyer referral service)
 
www.TexasLawHelp.org
(forms and instructions)

www.texascourthelp.org
(assist with legal issues, how to get started, etc.)

Tenth Court of Appeals serving Leon County.
 

Child Support Program of the Office of the Attorney General.
 

Tenth Court of Appeals serving Freestone,  Leon and Madison Counties

  


Other Civil Forms


Probate & Guardianship


Criminal

Standardized Felony Judgment Forms

The Office of Court Administration (OCA) is statutorily directed to promulgate a standardized felony judgment form. See Texas Code Crim. Proc. Ann. art. 42.01, Section 4.

Pursuant to this directive, OCA has prepared the following seven felony judgment forms which courts are required to use:


  1. Judgment of Acquittal by Court
  2. Judgment of Acquittal by Jury
  3. Judgment of Conviction by Court
  4. Judgment of Conviction by Jury
  5. Order of Deferred Adjudication
  6. Judgment Adjudicating Guilt
  7. Judgment Revoking Community Supervision

OCA has also prepared a list containing special orders that may be inserted into the forms as the need warrants.

Additionally, OCA has prepared an "Order to Withdraw Funds" that can be added as an attachment to Forms 3, 4, 6 and 7. See instructions on notifying the offender and the Texas Department of Criminal Justice.


If you have any questions concerning the standardized felony judgment forms, email OCA-legal@txcourts.gov at OCA.

Other Criminal Justice Forms


Family


Self-Represented Litigants


Appellate


  • Supreme Court of Texas
  • Court of Criminal Appeals