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Our civil litigation attorneys are experienced trial lawyers in representing individuals, companies, and landowners in various legal matters. We are committed to aggressive advocacy and detailed attention to each wide range of civil law cases.

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Civil Litigation Attorneys Dedicated To Your Case

Once an Oxner Legha civil litigation attorney has been assigned to your case, you can be assured that we are with you through the entire trial process. From the consultation to trial, our civil litigation attorneys will advise you on the best steps to win your legal case.

We Defend All Civil Cases

Full-Service Civil Litigation Attorneys

Our team of civil litigation attorneys can help with your business, family, probate, or personal matters. We’re experienced litigators in a wide range of civil cases.

We Defend and Prosecute All Civil Cases

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Unique Features of Texas' Civil Litigation Process

How Civil Litigation Works in Texas

There are differences between Texas’ civil litigation process and those of other states, primarily due to variations in state laws and procedures. Each state has its own rules of civil procedure, which govern aspects like the filing of lawsuits, pre-trial procedures, and the trial itself. Additionally, local practices and judicial interpretations can vary, affecting how litigation is handled in different jurisdictions. These variations can influence the strategy and approach in civil litigation.

Texas’ civil litigation process typically involves several key stages:

  • It starts with an investigation to gather facts relevant to the case.
  • Next, pleadings are filed, where the plaintiff and defendant formally state their claims and defenses.
  • This is followed by the discovery phase, where both parties exchange information and evidence.
  • Pre-trial activities may include motions and hearings to determine the scope of the trial.
  • The trial itself is where the case is argued before a judge or jury.
  • Finally, post-trial activities can include appeals or enforcement of judgments. This process is designed to ensure fairness and thorough examination of the legal issues involved.

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