TJCTC provides civil process resources for Constable offices around the state. Click the links below for helpful webinars, resources, and other training materials.
TJCTC’s premier resources are our deskbooks. They cover justice court law in easy to understand language. We have separate deskbooks on both eviction procedure and civil procedure. Click here to access our deskbooks.
Are you out in the field and need to know what a writ requires? Check out TJCTC’s Field Guide, which lists the requirements for many civil writs.
TJCTC’s staff attorneys answer questions on civil process through our legal board and via phone.
To post a question on the TJCTC legal board, click here.
To speak with a staff attorney, call the on-duty attorney will take phone calls when they are in the office between the hours of 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. and 1:30 - 3:00 p.m.
Please keep in mind that we have a significant travel schedule and will often not be in the office.
Tips for asking questions via phone: Call 512-347-9927 and Press 1 for Legal Questions.
If it goes to voicemail, the on-call attorney is either away from his or her desk or on the other line.
Please leave a detailed message, your phone number, and your extension. We hold over 25 events a year so keep in mind that this service is only available when we are in the office. Thank you!
We do offer packets for the public in both English and Spanish on evictions and small claims. Click here to visit our Self-Represented Litigant page. Feel free to share this link with the public.
TJCTC does offer forms that your office can revise and edit with your office’s information. We have a Civil Process and Constable Forms section, and many other relevant forms will be in the Enforcement of Civil Judgments section.
Click here to view all of TJCTC’s online education options.