Texas Criminal Forms

Over 580 Texas-specific forms take you start-to-finish, from client retention through evidence suppression to punishment. Includes law-and-procedure outline with hundreds of case citations.
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REVISION 13 HIGHLIGHTS

In this edition of Texas Criminal Forms, you receive new forms and practice tips, plus revised and/or updated coverage of the law, to help you navigate the issues that may arise at various stages of a criminal case. The highlights include:

17 NEW FORMS

  • Memo of Understanding Regarding Client’s Fifth Amendment Rights
  • Motion To Seal Memo Between Client and Counsel
  • Application for Writ of Habeas Corpus To Dismiss Indictment
  • Motion To Recuse the Criminal District Attorney’s Office From Proceedings
  • Motion to Hold Defendant’s Bond Insufficient
  • Order For Defendant’s Driving Record
  • Order Sealing Names and Personal Information of Grand Jurors
  • Defendant’s Motion for State to Elect Primary Jurisdictional Prior
  • Motion for In Camera Inspection of Withheld Material
  • State’s Notice of Privileged Items
  • Defendant’s Request and Motion for Specification of Evidence to be Offered at Trial
  • Defendant’s Request and Motion for Production of Information from Civil Proceeding
  • Motion For Continuance During Trial
  • Ex Parte Motion for Approval of Compensation for Non-Resident Witness(es)
  • Motion for Personal Bond on Order of Attachment
  • Defendant’s Motion for Deadline on State’s Testing of Evidence
  • Court of Criminal Appeals Form for Writs of Habeas Corpus

SIGNIFICANT UPDATES AND REVISIONS TO MORE THAN 10 EXISTING FORMS, including:

  • Defendant’s Comprehensive Request for Notice of State’s Intention to Introduce Evidence Under The Rules of Evidence and Code of Criminal Procedure
  • Motion to List State’s Witnesses (All Persons Contacted)
  • Motion to Discover Criminal History of State’s Witnesses
  • Motion to Discover Criminal Records of Defendant
  • Motion to Require Police to Maintain Personal Notes
  • Defendant’s Motion To Consider Defendant’s Inability To Pay Probation Fees And Costs
  • Trial Court’s Certification of Defendant’s Right of Appeal

NEW AND UPDATED TEXT

  • Self-incrimination and Garrity rights;
  • Enhancement of punishment — jurisdictional priors
  • Obtaining a continuance during the course of trial
  • Case law governing searches of electronic items

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Table of Contents

VOLUME I

Chapter 1 Client Relations and Communications
Chapter 2 Motions Related to Searches of Places
Chapter 3 Motions Related to Searches of Persons
Chapter 4 Right to Counsel
Chapter 5 Self-Incrimination
Chapter 6 Motions Related to Defendant’s Statements
Chapter 7 [Reserved]
Chapter 8 Double Jeopardy and Collateral Estoppel
Chapter 9 Bail and Bond Motions
Chapter 10 Motions for DWI Cases
Chapter 11 Examining Trials and Grand Jury Hearings
Chapter 12 Pre-Trial Motions
Chapter 13 Discovery Motions

VOLUME II
Chapter 14 Jury Selection and Voir Dire
Chapter 15 Trial Motions
Chapter 16 Evidence
Chapter 17 Child Abuse Cases
Chapter 18 Sex Offender Registration
Chapter 19 [Reserved]
Chapter 20 Punishment Phase
Chapter 21 Post-Trial Proceedings
Chapter 22 Expunctions and Non-Disclosure