Texas is divided into 14 courts of appeals. The 14 courts of appeals have intermediate appellate jurisdiction in both civil and criminal cases appealed from district or county courts. Each court of appeals has jurisdiction in a specific geographical region of the state. The Second Court of Appeals covers 12 counties (Archer, Cooke, Clay, Hood, Jack, Montague, Parker, Tarrant, Denton, Wise, Young, Wichita).
Appeals in the courts of appeals are usually heard by a panel of three justices, unless an en banc hearing is ordered in a particular case, in which instance all the justices of a court hear and consider the case.
Courts of Appeal are the ONLY courts to which an individual has an ABSOLUTE right to appeal.
There are seven justices on the Second Court of Appeals. Three places will be up for election in November 2020. I am running as a Democrat for Place 6.
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