County Court at Law 2
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The civil ancillary docket is held on Friday mornings. CALL THE COURT COORDINATOR TO SCHEDULE ORAL AND/OR SUBMISSION HEARINGS. For cases where an appearance has been made by more than one party, ALL motions before the Court MUST be accompanied by a Notice of Submission or Notice of Hearing, and proposed order before the motion will be considered.
The following must be scheduled on a submission docket:
The following will be delivered to the Court without the necessity of scheduling:
• Agreed Final Judgments
If you file a Motion for Default Judgment, you must comply with the requirements of 50 U.S.C. App. § 521, Section 201. Example #1 Example#2
Court's Policy on Trial Continuances: DO NOT CALL THE COURT FOR A RESET - FILE A MOTION. Continuances must be agreed to by all parties, as evidenced by their signature on the Motion to Continue. Just because the continuance is agreed, does not mean the Court will grant the motion. Before the date of the trial check with the Court Coordinator to see if the continuance has been granted. If the continuance is not agreed, it must be set for hearing on or before the Friday before trial. Failure to appear for trial as scheduled will result in a DWOP or trial default.
Court's Policy on Show Cause: Attorneys must make an in person appearance at the show cause docket if notified. A motion to retain may be filed and scheduled for oral hearing on any Friday BEFORE the Friday of the show cause docket.