Asked in Law & Legal Issues
Where can a person find out about upcoming court cases?
There is no one source of information on upcoming court cases that covers all courts. However this information is generally available by contacting a specific court and asking for their schedule of cases. ...
Asked in Civil Cases, US Supreme Court, Texas Law
What is the highest court in Texas for civil cases?
The highest court for civil (and juvenile) cases in Texas is the Supreme Court of Texas. Texas has a separate high court for criminal cases, the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals. ...
Asked in Criminal Law
Does everyone receive a bail bonds?
It's true that not all defendants are eligible for a bail bond. In certain counties the bail schedule deems such cases as MURDER - with special circumstance as in-eligible / NOT BAILABLE. In most cases if the court also believes a defendant is a fight risk or a risk to the community it can elect to deny bail. This type of practice is common in most courts and often used when a defendant shows a consistent disregard for the court schedule. ...
What level of court hears the largest number of cases?
The Supreme Court hears the largest number of cases. They have the power to decide appeals on all cases from the other levels of court. ...
Asked in US Supreme Court, Texas Law
Does Texas have a Supreme Court for civil cases and a Supreme Court for criminal cases?
Yes. Texas has two "supreme courts," although only one carries that name. The Supreme Court of Texas is the highest appellate court for civil and juvenile cases, and the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals is the highest appellate court for criminal cases. ...
Asked in US Supreme Court
How the powers of the Supreme Court and federal law were extended by landmark court cases?
how the powers of the Supreme Court and federal law were extended by landmark court cases ...
What special cases start trial in the supreme court?
There are two special cases that start trial in the United States Supreme Court. Cases involving foreign officials and cases in which a state is a party originate in the Supreme Court. ...
Asked in US Supreme Court
How many court cases does the Supreme Court handle each year?
The justices of the Supreme Court only take on the cases that they wish to hear. Typically no more than 100 cases are heard by the court each year. ...
Can military court cases be appealed to the Supreme Court?
Yes, cases may be appealed to the US Supreme Court from the US Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces (military appellate court). ...