Courts in El Paso, Texas

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Litigation Lawyers in El Paso

The constitution of Texas calls for the establishment of courts in El Paso, Texas to help residents of El Paso resolve legal disputes as quickly, fairly, and efficiently as possible.

You are almost certain to have contact with the court system of El Paso, Texas at least once in your life. If you are involved in a legal dispute, the likelihood of having to work with the court system becomes even higher.

The court system in El Paso, Texas handles both criminal and civil cases. Lawyers in El Paso, Texas who practice civil litigation usually spend much of their working time at the courthouse. Therefore, they are familiar with its local rules, and can deal with the court system efficiently and fairly easily. To most people, however, the court system can be an intimidating bureaucracy. These are some of the scenarios in which you're likely to find yourself dealing with the El Paso, Texas courts:

Events Leading To Exposure To The Courts In El Paso, Texas

Jury Duty: Under the law of El Paso, Texas, all adult citizens of the United States who live in El Paso are required to make themselves available for jury duty, if they are needed. When you are called upon to serve on a jury, you are required to show up, or else you might face criminal charges leading to hefty fines, in possible imprisonment. When you are called for jury duty, there's a good chance that you won't actually have to serve on a jury, either because there are already more people in the jury pool than are needed, or one of the lawyers involved in the case decides to excuse you. If you are selected to serve, on the other hand, you should follow the instructions of the judge to the letter. In particular, you need to show up to the courthouse every day of the trial, and on time, or risk being held in contempt of court.

Filing a Lawsuit: if you sue someone in El Paso, Texas, you will most definitely deal with the local court system - a lot. Even if the case never goes to trial, you will have to deal with pre-trial motions, discovery requests, and case management conferences. You will definitely become more knowledgeable about the El Paso, Texas court system than you ever wanted to be.

Being Sued: If you find yourself in the unfortunate position of being on the receiving end of a lawsuit, you're going to spend a lot of time dealing with the courts in El Paso, Texas, like it or not. Generally, whenever a motion is filed, the court will hold a short hearing to hear arguments, and rule on it. Dozens of motions might be filed before the case is anywhere near trial. So, you or your attorney are going to be spending plenty of time in court.

Divorce: While not all divorces in El Paso, Texas require the partners to spend a significant period of time in court, some of them do, particularly when disagreements arise that the spouses can't settle amongst themselves.

How Can A El Paso, Texas Tort Lawyer Help?

Most people who have to deal with El Paso, Texas's courts do so because they are facing extremely complicated legal issues, or disputes that they cannot resolve on their own.

Accordingly, it's almost always a good idea to speak with a qualified civil litigation attorney if you think that you are going to have to deal with the courts in El Paso, Texas.

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Life in El Paso

El Paso, Texas is a large city in (and the county seat of) El Paso County, in the far western tip of Texas. It is the 5th-largest city in Texas, and the 22nd largest city in the United States, with a population of over 620,000. El Paso is right over the U.S. border from Juarez, Mexico.

The two cities are directly adjacent, and a great deal of cultural and economic exchange occurs between the two. For this reason, they are typically treated as part of the same metropolitan area (referred to as El Paso-Juarez). With a population of over 2.3 million people, El Paso-Juarez is one of the largest international metro areas in the world.

El Paso is an important entry point into the U.S., and Juarez serves the same role in Mexico. There is a significant amount of trade between the two cities, which accounts for a significant amount of the economic activity in both cities.

Additionally, Fort Bliss, an U.S. Army base which serves as home to the Air Defense Artillery Branch, is a major contributor to El Paso's economy.

Given its size and economic diversity, El Paso, Texas attorneys have plenty of work to keep busy, which ensures that they are constantly challenged, forcing them to become proficient in as many areas of law as possible. Accordingly, it's nearly certain that there's at least one El Paso, Texas lawyer who can help you with your legal issues.

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