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253rd District Court
Serving Liberty and Chambers Counties
The Honorable CHAP B. CAIN, III
Liberty County Office:
1923 Sam Houston
Rm. 223 (2nd Floor of Liberty County Courthouse)
Liberty, Texas 77575
Phone: 936-336-4668
Fax: 936-334-3233

Chambers County Office:
407 South Main Street (Auxiliary Courtroom)
Anahuac, Texas 77514
Phone: 409-267-2750
Fax: 409-267-8224




LIBERTY COUNTY TEXAS STANDING ORDER
REGARDING CHILDREN, PROPERTY & CONDUCT OF PARTIES

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Court Staff and Information

Court Coordinator

Linda Leonard
Mailing Address:
253rd District Court
1923 Sam Houston, Room 223
Liberty, TX 77575
Phone: 936-336-4668 - Liberty County
Fax: 936-334-3233 - Liberty County
Phone: 409-267-2750 - Chambers County
Fax: 409-267-8224 - Chambers County

Assistant Court Coordinator

Annette Taylor
Phone: 936-336-4668 - Liberty County
Fax: 936-334-3233

Court Reporter
Jo Anne Horn, CSR, RPR, CRR
Phone: 936-334-3210
Fax: 936-334-3233
Mailing Address:
253rd District Court
1923 Sam Houston, Room 223
Liberty, TX 77575

A deposit for half of the estimated cost is required prior to transcription.
All requests for transcripts must be in writing, designating the style of the case, date of hearing, portion(s) of hearing requested, and copies of exhibits, if any.

Services available: Real-time rough draft (trial only), Daily copy, ASCII disk, Condensed transcript, E-transcript

Bailiff

Chadwick O. Elmore
Phone: 936-336-4642
Fax: 936-334-3233

Mailing Address:
253rd District Court
1923 Sam Houston, Room 223
Liberty, Texas 77575

All requests for use of audio/visual equipment shall be made through the Bailiff prior to hearing or trial.

Audio/visual equipment available (Liberty County): 25" Color Television, VCR, Easel with writing pad, Erasable marker board

Audio/visual equipment available (Chambers County): 55" Color Television, VCR, Easel with writing pad, Erasable marker board

General Information

There are no local rules. This court goes strictly by the Texas Rules of Civil Procedure.

Court begins at 9:00 a.m. All hearings are open to the public.

Professional attire is expected.

Jury trials:

Each attorney is expected to have a proposed jury charge prepared the first day of trial. All challenges for cause during voir

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