Texas Appellate Lawyer

Appellate law is a unique practice in that it begins where most other litigation ends.  Procedural, research, and strategic skills needed for appellate law are very different than the issues involved in other types of litigation.  Traditionally, we think of jury trials, discovery hearings, depositions, and other trial court law as the practice of law.  Appellate law begins when something goes wrong at the trial level, a judge disallows crucial expert testimony or refuses to grant a spoliation instruction where destruction of evidence has occurred.  In appellate law, there is no discovery, and the parties are limited to what was presented to the trial court. In Texas, an appeal is presented to a multi-judge appellate panel and is decided almost entirely on the written briefs.

If you need to speak to a Texas appellate attorney, your case has been appealed or you need to file an appeal, please email The Law Offices of Jason S. Coomer or use our contact form.  Below is a list of the State of Texas Appellate Courts.

-Supreme Court of Texas-
Supreme Court Building
201 West 14th Street, Rm 104, Austin 78701
Phone: (512) 463-1312; Fax: (512) 463-1365

First Court of Appeals
Second Court of Appeals
Third Court of Appeals
Fourth Court of Appeals
Fifth Court of Appeals
Six Court of Appeals
Seventh Court of Appeals
Eighth Court of Appeals
Ninth Court of Appeals
Tenth Court of Appeals
Eleventh Court of Appeals
Twelfth Court of Appeals
Thirteenth Court of Appeals
Fourteenth Court of Appeals

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