Texas Civil Trial and Appellate Procedure
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Texas Civil Trial and Appellate Procedure offers a solid foundation for understanding the law and succeeding in the courtroom. Whether engaged in civil trial or appellate practice, attorneys benefit from this set's unmatched attention to detail and encyclopedic scope covering everything from analyses of court rules, statutes and cases to the underlying laws governing civil and appellate procedure.
Gain perspective and clarify complex procedural questions by consulting Texas Civil Trial and Appellate Procedure for:
• Theoretical and practical guidance for crafting successful trial strategy
• Helpful support for preparing jury argument, jury charges, briefs, documentation, and evidence
• Significant discussion of key civil trial considerations
• Extensive coverage of all aspects of appellate practice, including perfecting appeals, the appellate record, appellate briefs, court of appeals proceedings, Texas Supreme Court procedures, and original proceedings
One all-inclusive set gives you the overall pretrial advantage you need by accessing topics such as grounds for reversal of judgments and remedies; "justness" of damages; categories for which the Texas Supreme Court has determined an appeal is inadequate; monetary sanction review by mandamus; objections to assignment of a particular judge; trial court's plenary power to reform, correct or modify judgment; impeachment of a verdict by juror testimony; substantial section on errors in the jury charge, the form of error cited most for reversals on appeal in Texas civil cases.
Plan and execute your next civil trial or appellate procedure flawlessly with Texas Civil Trial and Appellate Procedure.
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Table of Contents
Trial Procedures Generally
Jury Charges and Arguments
Perfection and Docketing Appeals
Suspending Enforcement of Judgments
Appellate Records and Briefing
Courts of Appeals and Supreme Court Review
Supreme Court Review, Direct Appeals, and Original Proceedings