Tex. Gov't. Code § 24.129 - 27Th Judicial District (Bell And Lampasas Counties)
|Cite as:||Tex. Gov't. Code § 24.129|
|Currency:||Current through 2017 Special Session|
(a) The 27th Judicial District is composed of Bell and Lampasas counties.
(b) The 27th, 146th, 169th, 264th, and 426th judicial districts have concurrent jurisdiction in Bell County.
(c) The terms of the 27th District Court begin:
(1) in Bell County on the first Mondays in January, April, July, and October; and
(2) in Lampasas County on the first Mondays in March and September and may continue in session until the Saturday night before the Monday on which the next session convenes.
(d) A grand jury may not be impaneled in the district courts in Bell County except by special order of the presiding judge.
(e) By order entered on the minutes of the court, the presiding judge of the district courts in Bell County may i...
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