Bexar County Centralized Docket System
8:30 a.m. Docket Setting Procedure Guide
The following Guide is a quick outline of types of motions set on Bexar County's Monitoring Court Centralized Docket System and is not intended to replace the Local Rules.
All hearings in Monitoring Court are set at 8:30 a.m. with the Civil Jury Assignment's Office.
All motions filed with the Civil Jury Assignment's Office must include an ORDER, FIAT or NOTICE OF HEARING.
Three (3) days notice is required -- weekends, legal and local holidays observed not included
All parties shall deliver Motions in Limine, Motions to Realign Parties or Equalize Peremptory Strikes, and a Proposed Jury Charge to all other parties by noon on the last business day prior to trial.
The following is a list of types of motions that are set in Monitoring Court at 8:30 AM:
If you have any questions regarding this guide,
you may contact the Jury Assignment Clerk,
Christina G. Torres @ 210.335.2520
or email @ CTorres@Bexar.org