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Texas Government Code - Section 24.547. 402ND JUDICIAL DISTRICT (WOOD COUNTY). (a) The 402nd Judicial District is composed of Wood County. (b) The 402nd District Court has concurrent jurisdiction with the county court in Wood County over all matters of civil and criminal jurisdiction, original and appellate, in cases over which the county court has jurisdiction under the constitution and laws of this state. Matters and proceedings in the concurrent jurisdiction of the 402nd District Court and the county court may be filed in either court and all cases of concurrent jurisdiction may be transferred between the 402nd District Court and the county court. However, a case may not be transferred from one court to another without the consent of the judge of the court to which it is transferred, and a case may not be transferred unless it is within the jurisdiction of the court to which it is transferred. Added by Acts 1999, 76th Leg., ch. 1337, § 10, eff. Sept. 1, 1999

Legal Research Home > Texas Laws > Government Code > Texas Government Code - Section 24.547. 402ND JUDICIAL DISTRICT (WOOD COUNTY). (a) The 402nd Judicial District is composed of Wood County. (b) The 402nd District Court has concurrent jurisdiction with the county court in Wood County over all matters of civil and criminal jurisdiction, original and appellate, in cases over which the county court has jurisdiction under the constitution and laws of this state. Matters and proceedings in the concurrent jurisdiction of the 402nd District Court and the county court may be filed in either court and all cases of concurrent jurisdiction may be transferred between the 402nd District Court and the county court. However, a case may not be transferred from one court to another without the consent of the judge of the court to which it is transferred, and a case may not be transferred unless it is within the jurisdiction of the court to which it is transferred. Added by Acts 1999, 76th Leg., ch. 1337, § 10, eff. Sept. 1, 1999

§ 24.547. 402ND JUDICIAL DISTRICT (WOOD COUNTY). (a) The 402nd Judicial District is composed of Wood County. (b) The 402nd District Court has concurrent jurisdiction with the county court in Wood County over all matters of civil and criminal jurisdiction, original and appellate, in cases over which the county court has jurisdiction under the constitution and laws of this state. Matters and proceedings in the concurrent jurisdiction of the 402nd District Court and the county court may be filed in either court and all cases of concurrent jurisdiction may be transferred between the 402nd District Court and the county court. However, a case may not be transferred from one court to another without the consent of the judge of the court to which it is transferred, and a case may not be transferred unless it is within the jurisdiction of the court to which it is transferred. Added by Acts 1999, 76th Leg., ch. 1337, § 10, eff. Sept. 1, 1999.

Section:  Previous  24.539. 394TH JUDICIAL DISTRICT (BREWSTER, CULBERSON, HUDSPETH, JEFF DAVIS, AND PRESIDIO COUNTIES). (a) The 394th Judicial District is composed of Brewster, Culberson, Hudspeth, Jeff Davis, and Presidio counties. (b) The terms of the 394th District Court begin: (1) in Brewster County on the first Monday in March and the third Monday in September; (2) in Culberson County on the third Monday in October and the first Monday in April; (3) in Hudspeth County on the third Monday in March and the first Monday in September; (4) in Jeff Davis County on the second Mondays in January and July; and (5) in Presidio County on the third Monday after the first Mondays in January and July. (c) Repealed by Acts 2001, 77th Leg., ch. 780, § 1, eff. Sept  24.540. 395TH JUDICIAL DISTRICT (WILLIAMSON COUNTY). The 395th Judicial District is composed of Williamson County. Added by Acts 1999, 76th Leg., ch. 1337, § 7, eff. Jan  24.541. 396TH JUDICIAL DISTRICT (TARRANT COUNTY). (a) The 396th Judicial District is composed of Tarrant County. (b) The 396th District Court shall give preference to criminal matters. (c) In addition to other jurisdiction provided by law, the 396th District Court has concurrent original jurisdiction with the county criminal courts and the justice courts in Tarrant County over misdemeanor cases. Added by Acts 1999, 76th Leg., ch. 1337, § 7, eff. Jan  24.543. 398TH JUDICIAL DISTRICT (HIDALGO COUNTY). (a) The 398th Judicial District is composed of Hidalgo County. (b) The 398th District Court shall give preference to family violence and criminal matters. (c) All civil cases in the 398th District Court shall be assigned and docketed at random by the district clerk using an automated system. Added by Acts 1999, 76th Leg., ch. 1337, § 4(a), eff. Sept  24.544. 399TH JUDICIAL DISTRICT (BEXAR COUNTY). (a) The 399th Judicial District is composed of Bexar County. (b) The 399th District Court shall give preference to criminal matters. Added by Acts 1999, 76th Leg., ch. 1337, § 9, eff. Sept  24.545. 400TH JUDICIAL DISTRICT (FORT BEND COUNTY). The 400th Judicial District is composed of Fort Bend County. Added by Acts 1999, 76th Leg., ch. 1337, § 11(a), eff. Sept  24.546. 401ST JUDICIAL DISTRICT (COLLIN COUNTY). The 401st Judicial District is composed of Collin County. Added by Acts 1999, 76th Leg., ch. 1337, § 9, eff. Sept  24.547. 402ND JUDICIAL DISTRICT (WOOD COUNTY). (a) The 402nd Judicial District is composed of Wood County. (b) The 402nd District Court has concurrent jurisdiction with the county court in Wood County over all matters of civil and criminal jurisdiction, original and appellate, in cases over which the county court has jurisdiction under the constitution and laws of this state. Matters and proceedings in the concurrent jurisdiction of the 402nd District Court and the county court may be filed in either court and all cases of concurrent jurisdiction may be transferred between the 402nd District Court and the county court. However, a case may not be transferred from one court to another without the consent of the judge of the court to which it is transferred, and a case may not be transferred unless it is within the jurisdiction of the court to which it is transferred. Added by Acts 1999, 76th Leg., ch. 1337, § 10, eff. Sept  24.548. 403RD JUDICIAL DISTRICT (TRAVIS COUNTY). (a) The 403rd Judicial District is composed of Travis County. (b) The 403rd District Court shall give preference to criminal matters. Added by Acts 1999, 76th Leg., ch. 1337, § 14, eff. Dec  24.549. 404TH JUDICIAL DISTRICT (CAMERON COUNTY ). The 404th Judicial District is composed of Cameron County. Added by Acts 1999, 76th Leg., ch. 1337, § 15, eff. Jan  24.550. 405TH JUDICIAL DISTRICT (GALVESTON COUNTY). The 405th Judicial District is composed of Galveston County. Added by Acts 1999, 76th Leg., ch. 1337, § 15, eff. Jan  24.551. 406TH JUDICIAL DISTRICT (WEBB COUNTY). (a) The 406th Judicial District is composed of Webb County. (b) The 406th District Court shall give preference to cases involving family violence, cases under the Family Code, and cases under the Health and Safety Code. (c) The 406th District Court has concurrent jurisdiction with the other district courts in Webb County. (d) In addition to other jurisdiction provided by law, the 406th District Court has the: (1) criminal jurisdiction of a county court; and (2) civil jurisdiction of a county court in all cases under the Family Code or the Health and Safety Code. (e) The terms of the 406th District Court begin on the first Mondays in January, April, July, and October. Each term continues until the court disposes of its business. (f) A criminal complaint may be presented to the grand jury of any district court in Webb County, and a resulting indictment may be returned to any other district court in Webb County with the appropriate criminal jurisdiction. Added by Acts 1999, 76th Leg., ch. 1337, § 15, eff. Jan  24.552. 407TH JUDICIAL DISTRICT (BEXAR COUNTY). The 407th Judicial District is composed of Bexar County. Added by Acts 1999, 76th Leg., ch. 1337, § 16, eff. Sept  24.553. 411TH JUDICIAL DISTRICT (POLK, SAN JACINTO, AND TRINITY COUNTIES). (a) The 411th Judicial District is composed of Polk, San Jacinto, and Trinity counties. (b) A judge of the 411th Judicial District may not be assigned under Chapter 74 to serve as a visiting judge in Bexar, Dallas, Ector, Fort Bend, Harris, Jefferson, Lubbock, Midland, Tarrant, or Travis County. Added by Acts 1995, 74th Leg., ch. 704, § 4, eff. Jan  24.554. 408TH JUDICIAL DISTRICT (BEXAR COUNTY). (a) The 408th Judicial District is composed of Bexar County. (b) The 408th District Court shall give preference to civil matters. Added by Acts 1999, 76th Leg., ch. 1337, § 8, eff. Jan  Next

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