Texas Public Access Courts

Texas public access courts
clarifaction in the previous post: In Harris County, Texas Family File proofs of what a "trial on the merits"?

Received a blue card in the mail saying that "the order scheduling and notice of intention to dismiss." Original Maintenance OAG typical children / custody order between the CP and the NCP. nec not involved w / children, two visits and maintenance (after $ 24,000) in the last nine. Finally in June 2009, nec placed on probation for non-payment. in December 2009, the CPS became involved and removed cp child and family care cp-step. Bc attorney general of the previous command, if nec CPS has served. permanency hearing in May 2010. I understand. check. but now a trial? It has been well established by June 2010 "on the merits" say something about a dismissal for failure to prosecute? I do not understand all this? Site of the County not to allow online access if family courts to the public. can only be seen by lawyers. Google takes a few steps, but anwer. Someone may clarify this letter? Thank you in advance.

You have received an opinion of the Court that the case is a list of test cases for two weeks in June In Harris County, the tests are provided in an agenda for two weeks from Monday and the case could actually be called a trial period. The date has not been a test configuration hard and fast, but you can probably expect that the case is really assigned at the time. A test of "substance" means just that. Presence of both parties on the merits of their positions at trial. Without seeing what the opinion other is that I can not really say, because the court may dismiss a case for a number of different reasons. I think in this case are probably say that if the applicant does not appear for the test or other judicial aspect notified (ie, a hearing or call the file), the Court classified the case.

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