Fort Bend District Court and County Court Plan
FORT BEND COUNTY ADULT PLAN AND LOCAL RULES FOR THE APPOINTMENT OF COUNSEL
TO INDIGENT DEFENDANTS
IN THE DISTRICT AND COUNTY COURTS OF FORT BEND COUNTY, TEXAS, PURSUANT TO ART. 26.05, ET SEQ., TEXAS RULES OF CRIMINAL PROCEDURE
This "SEVENTH AMENDED FORT BEND COUNTY ADULT PLAN AND LOCAL RULES FOR THE APPOINTMENT OF COUNSEL TO INDIGENT DEFENDANTS IN THE DISTRICT AND COUNTY COURTS OF FORT BEND COUNTY, TEXAS, PURSUANT TO ART. 26.05, ET SEQ., TEXAS RULES OF CRIMINAL PROCEDURE", hereinafter referred to as the "Plan", shall take the place of the “SIXTH AMENDED FORT BEND COUNTY ADULT PLAN AND LOCAL RULES FOR THE APPOINTMENT OF COUNSEL TO INDIGENT DEFENDANTS IN THE DISTRICT AND COUNTY COURTS OF FORT BEND COUNTY, TEXAS PURSUANT TO ART.26.05, ET SEQ., TEXAS RULES OF CRIMINAL PROCEDURE (adopted December 12, 2018, by the Fort Bend County Council of Judges), which previous Plan and Supplement have heretofore governed the appointment and payment of counsel for indigent adult defendants in felony and misdemeanor cases. This Plan, when adopted, shall apply to magistrate and probable cause hearings and to the setting of bonds and is adopted in order to comply with the provisions and requirements of Art 26.05, et seq., Texas Code of Criminal Procedure. In the event that the Task Force on Indigent Defense provides for requirements not contemplated by this Plan, this Plan shall be amended at the first opportunity. If there is any conflict between this Plan and any local rule that addresses the matters included herein, this Plan and the Texas Code of Criminal Procedure shall apply.
- At the time of the magistrate and probable cause hearings, the arresting officer for each arrestee shall have filed, at the time of booking into the jail, a printed (by computer or email) and concise probable cause affidavit with such additional information (offense report, etc.) as necessary for the magistrate to make the appropriate judgment. “Arrestee” is defined herein as a person who is arrested with or without an indictment or information having been filed, and may sometimes be referred to herein as “Defendant.” No one shall be booked into jail without a filed “Probable Cause Affidavit.” Affidavits for a warrant for arrest must be faxed or delivered to the jail upon arrest from the arresting agency. If not authorized to appoint counsel, the magistrate shall, without unnecessary delay but in no event longer than 24 hours after an arrestee’s arrest, transmit, or cause to be transmitted, to the proper appointing magistrate or appointing authority an arrestee’s request for counsel [Art. 15.17(a), CCP].
1. A Magistrate conducting magistrate and probable cause hearings, as provided for in these rules, shall be a Judge, Associate Judge or an assigned Judge designated by the appropriate Local Administrative Judge of Fort Bend County in order to ensure consistent compliance with all local rules and the Texas Code of Criminal Procedure.
- Each arrestee shall be brought before the magistrate within 48 hours of arrest. (Art. 14.06(a), CCP).The morning after arrest, at a time established by the magistrate, every felony and misdemeanor arrestee shall be brought to the magistrate jail courtroom, or other designated courtroom or place, for a magistrate to hold a probable cause hearing, to set bail and to determine the need for court appointed counsel. During the weekends, the magistrate shall hold magistrate and probable cause hearings at 11:00 am, or at some other time as determined by the magistrate, and the magistrate will timely advise the jail of such time and place in advance of the hearing(s). The jail shall have each arrestee and the necessary files and papers ready for review by the Magistrate at the jail courtroom, or other designated place, prior to the magistrate’s arrival.
- At the magistrate probable cause hearing for the arrestee, the magistrate judge shall make a written record of and comply with the provisions of this Plan and the requirements of the Texas Code of Criminal Procedure, including:
1. Following the requirements of Art. 15.17 Texas Code of Criminal Procedure;
2. Informing the arrestee of the right to appointment of counsel, if the arrestee is indigent;
3. Making a written record of the magistrate warnings;
4. Informing the arrestee of the right to an attorney;
5. Inquiring of the arrestee as to whether or not the arrestee is requesting court appointed counsel;
6. Providing arrestee with an affidavit of indigency and reasonable assistance in completing any necessary forms; and
7. If required, making a referral of the arrestee to an appropriate local mental health or mental retardation authority, as required by Art. 16.22 (a) Texas Code of Criminal Procedure.
The Magistrate shall use the “Magistrate Warning” form attached to this plan as “Addendum J”. The making of a record is satisfied by the use of the written form approved by the Council of Judges of Fort Bend County.
- At such magistrate hearings, each arrestee shall be provided an opportunity to request court appointed counsel. If the arrestee is claiming indigency, the arrestee shall complete and file a sworn affidavit of indigency with the magistrate, as set out herein as “Addendum E”.
- The magistrate will send all requests for appointment of counsel by an indigent in felony cases, and in cases which both felony and misdemeanor charges are pending, to the Judge or Associate Judge responsible for arraignments. The magistrate will send all requests for appointment of attorney by an indigent in Misdemeanor cases to the appropriate Judge, or Associate Judge, for the County Courts at Law who will then assign such requests to the Ancillary County Court at Law Judge for such week.
1. Such District Judge and the assigned Ancillary County Court at Law Judge, (or if the Ancillary County Court at Law Judge is not available or has not been assigned, the Administrative County Court at Law Judge), or the Court Services Coordinator, as the case may be, shall appoint attorneys from the approved, graduated list of attorneys not later than three (3) working days after receipt of such request for appointment of counsel. Appointments shall be on a rotating basis, except as otherwise provided by law. If an indigent person is arrested pursuant to indictment, the appointment will be made within one (1) working day after receipt of the request by the judge in whose court the case is filed.
2. Any indigent arrestee charged with Capital Murder shall have attorney(s) appointed by the trial court assigned the case from the Eleventh Administrative Region approved list of attorneys qualified to try Capital Cases. Preference in the appointment shall be given to those qualified attorneys who have practiced in Fort Bend County, have knowledge of Fort Bend County local rules and who comply with the requirements of paragraphs VIII and IX of Addendum “A” attached hereto.
3. Notice of appointment of counsel in all cases will be emailed to the appointed attorney and a telephone call shall be made by the Court Services Coordinator to the appointed attorney informing such attorney of the appointment. It is required that all attorneys on the approved Appointed Counsel for Indigent Defendants’ list maintain a valid email address for that attorney and provide such email address and current contact information to the Court Services Coordinator so that notification of appointments can be facilitated.
- For a person arrested on an out-of-county warrant, the magistrate shall:ask if the person wants to request counsel; inform the person of the procedures for requesting counsel; and ensure the person is provided reasonable assistance in completing the necessary forms for requesting counsel in the county issuing the warrant. [Art. 15.18(a-1), CCP].Requests for counsel made by persons arrested on out-of-county warrants shall be transmitted to the appointing authority of the county issuing the warrant within 24 hours of the request being made. [Art. 15.18(a-1), CCP].
Indigence Determination Standards
INDIGENCY DETERMINATION STANDARDS
The financial standards set forth below shall be used in determining whether an arrestee or defendant is considered indigent.
- A person is considered indigent if their net household income does not exceed 125% of the federal poverty guideline for Annual Household Income (adjusted by number of persons in the household) as established and revised annually by the United States Department of Health and Human Services and published in the Federal Register. Those Poverty Guidelines may change from year to year and shall be calculated by the Court Services Coordinator for each calendar year to be used during that calendar year.
- The Indigent Defense Department of Fort Bend County shall interview each arrestee prior to the magistrate hearing and shall provide to the magistrate the following information:
1. Financial information regarding the arrestee’s available income from all sources, including but not limited to, spouse and contributions from family members;
2. Arrestee’s expenses, including but not limited to, living expenses, child support and alimony obligations, child care, medical expenses and transportation expenses;
- Assets including, but notlimited to, cash, savings and checking accounts, stocks, bonds, certificates of deposit, equity in real estate, personal property, and trust accounts;
- Information on whether or not the arrestee is conversant in English, and if not, the language spoken by the arrestee; and, whether or not the arrestee is deaf. The Pretrial Services Department shall, upon learning that an arrestee is deaf or unable to communicate in English, arrange for a qualified interpreter to be present when the arrestee is taken before the magistrate; and
- Information on whether or not there is reason to believe that the arrestee, if committed to the custody of the Fort Bend County Sheriff, has a mental illness, or is a person with mental retardation. The Sheriff shall notify the Indigent Defense Department and District Clerk not later than 72 hours after receiving evidence, whether by an oral statement or otherwise, that may establish reasonable cause to believe that an arrestee has a mental illness, or is a person with mental retardation. Such information shall be provided to the Magistrate in accordance with the provisions of Art. 16.22, Texas Code of Criminal Procedure.The District Clerk shall put notice of this in formation in the Court’s file.
Minimum Attorney Qualifications
MINIMUM ATTORNEY QUALIFICATIONS FOR INDIGENT APPOINTMENT
To be approved for inclusion on the list of attorneys qualified for appointment under this Plan for criminal cases in Fort Bend County, an attorney must complete the “Application for Criminal Appointments in Fort Bend County,” attached hereto as “Addendum C”, and be in compliance with the following requirements:
- Complete the required hours of CLE pertaining to the defense of defendants in criminal cases (whether felony as outlined in Addendum A or misdemeanor as outlined in Addendum B) in the preceding calendar year, as required by the current Fort Bend County Adult Plan and Local Rules for the Appointment of Counsel to Indigent Defendants in the District and County Courts at Law of Fort Bend County, Texas, Pursuant to Senate Bill 7 and the Texas Code of Criminal Procedure.The reporting period will begin on January 1, 2018, and on the same day of each year thereafter.
1. Required continuing legal education may be satisfied by completing activities accredited under Section 4, Article XI, State Bar Rules, self- study, teaching at an accredited continuing legal education activity, attendance at a law school class or legal research-based writing; or
- By providing evidence of current certification (in good standing) of the attorney’s certification in criminal law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization.
- Continuing legal education activity completed within a one-year period immediately preceding the adoption of this Plan may be used to meet the educational requirements for 2018.
- Continuing legal education activity completed during any reporting period in excess of the minimum ten hour requirement for such period may be applied to the following period's requirement. The carryover provision applies to one year only.
B. To be approved for inclusion on the list of attorneys qualified for appointment under this Plan for criminal cases in Fort Bend County, each attorney shall submit “Addendum C” by October 15th for the 12 months ended September 30th (15 days prior to October 15th). [Art. 26.04(j)(4), CCP] Thereafter, attorneys qualified for appointment under this Plan shall be required to comply with the filing requirements described below in §III-B with respect to “Addendum H” and “Addendum I”.Failure to submit “Addendum C” by October 15th will result in the denial of the attorney’s application. Those applications submitted in accordance with this section shall be approved or denied by the judiciary within sixty (60) days from the closing of October 15th.The judiciary shall have the ability to extend the time to review applications by majority vote of the Council of Judges.
C. To continue on the appointment list, each attorney must annually submit an affidavit, attached hereto as “Addendum H”, to the Fort Bend County Court Services Coordinator, or designee, detailing the continuing legal education activities in criminal law which have been completed in the prior year. Alternatively, an attorney may annually submit documentation showing the attorney is currently certified as a specialist in criminal law using said addendum.Every two years counsel must recertify their eligibility by submitting “Addendum I”
D. Each attorney must: (1) maintain their primary residence in Fort Bend County, Texas; (2) maintain their principal law office in Fort Bend County, Texas, as listed on the State Bar of Texas website; or (3) have a fully executed formal agreement (the “Agreement”) to utilize conference room space, meeting space, or office space with a local attorney or business in Fort Bend County, Texas, where Counsel can privately meet with appointed clients. The Agreement must be furnished to the Indigent Defense Coordinator and approved by the Council of Judges prior to admittance to the Indigent Defense Appointment List.Attorneys who have appeared in Fort Bend County on a consistent (i.e. monthly or quarterly) basis for the past ten (10) years while continually licensed by the State Bar of Texas shall have a one (1) year grace period to meet the aforementioned requirements of this section.
Prompt Appointment of Counsel
PROMPT APPOINTMENT OF COUNSEL
- Counsel for indigent arrestees shall be appointed as soon as possible, but not later than the end of the first working day after the date on which the appointing judge, or person(s) designated by the judges to appoint counsel, receives an eligible defendant’s request for counsel. [Article 1.051(c), CCP]
- If an indigent defendant is released from custody prior to the appointment of counsel under the procedure contained in this Plan, appointment of counsel is not required until the defendant’s first court appearance, or when adversarial judicial proceedings are initiated, whichever comes first. [Article 1.051(j), CCP]
- The judge may not direct or encourage the arrestee to communicate with the attorney representing the State until the court advises the arrestee of the right to counsel and the procedure for requesting appointed counsel, and until the defendant has been given a reasonable opportunity to request appointed counsel, unless the arrestee has signed a valid, written waiver of the arrestee’s right to counsel, as hereinafter provided in “Addendum E”, attached hereto. [Art. 1.051(f-2), CCP]
- Persons arrested in other counties on local warrants shall be appointed counsel within 1 working day of receipt of the request from the arresting county. [Art. 1.051(c-1), CCP]
- Persons arrested on out-of-county warrants shall be appointed counsel if the person has not been transferred or released to the custody of the county issuing the warrant before the 11th day after the date of the arrest. [Art. 1.051(c-1), CCP]
- If an arrestee prefers to request counsel prior to the initial appearance before the magistrate, the forms required to request counsel may be obtained at the Texas Indigent Defense Commission’s website at http://tidc.tamu.edu/public.net/.The arrestee shall then submit this completed form to the appointing authority (the county in which the warrant was issued). (1 TAC § 174.51)
Attorney Selection Process
ATTORNEY SELECTION PROCESS
All appointed counsel for criminal arrestees in Fort Bend County, in the District and County Courts at Law, in both felony and misdemeanor cases, shall be selected pursuant to the requirements of the Texas Code of Criminal Procedure, Art. 26.05, et seq., and this Plan, using a system of rotation from a list of approved counsel. The list of approved counsel, attorney qualifications, and/or any additional changes to this Plan may be updated and/or revised from time to time as necessary.
- Applications by attorneys who desire to be removed from consideration for appointment to represent indigent defendants shall be made on a “Request for Exclusion From Indigent Appointments, Fort Bend District and County Courts at Law”, attached hereto as “Addendum D”.
- Graduated Lists: The District and County Court at Law Judges trying criminal cases, or a committee established by same, shall approve a graduated list or lists of attorneys for appointment in felony and misdemeanor cases. Such list or lists shall be filed with the District and County Clerks. The lists of attorneys shall be reviewed at least annually by the Judges, or the committee appointed by same. Additional counsel shall be added to the various graduated lists only after approval by the appropriate judges, District or County Court at Law, as the case may be.
- Felony Appointments: In order to qualify as a court appointed attorney to represent indigent defendants in the District Courts, an attorney must meet the requirements set forth in “Addendum A” attached hereto and made a part hereof by reference.
- Misdemeanor Appointments: In order to qualify as a court appointed attorney to represent indigent defendants in the County Courts at Law, an attorney must meet the requirements set forth in “Addendum B”, attached hereto and made a part hereof by reference.
- Continuing Responsibilities: An attorney who is appointed to represent an indigent defendant, regardless of the degree of offense, is expected to represent that defendant through all pretrial, post-trial and appellate levels. In the event an appointed attorney desires to withdraw from representing an indigent defendant through the appellate process, such attorney shall promptly, upon completion of post-trial matters, move to withdraw with good and satisfactory cause cited and bring such motion to the immediate attention of the judge.
- Institute a fair, neutral, and non-discriminatory attorney selection process:
- Rotational method: Must appoint attorneys from among next five names on appointment list in the order in which the attorneys’ names appear on the list, unless the court makes a finding of good cause on the record for appointing an attorney out of order [Art. 26.04(a), CCP]
- Public Defender: Must provide for the priority appointment any public defender’s office [Art. 26.04(a) & (f), CCP], include the process for appointment of any public defender’s office [Art. 26.04(a), CCP], and meet the requirements in Article 26.044, CCP.
- Alternative method [Art. 26.04(g)-(h), CCP]:
- Must be established by vote of two-thirds of the judges
- Must be approved by presiding judge of administrative judicial region
- Must allocate appointments reasonably and impartially among qualified attorneys
- For contract defender program, must meet contract defender standards (see 1 TAC §§174.10 – 174.25)
- Adoption of Fee Schedules: Attorneys appointed by the Court to represent indigents shall receive such reasonable compensation as established by Order of the Board of District Judges of Fort Bend County and by Order of the Board of County Court at Law Judges of Fort Bend County. The fee schedules adopted by formal action of each of such Board of Judges shall comply with Art. 26.05(c) Texas Code of Criminal Procedure, and any other applicable law, and shall be sent to the Commissioners Court of Fort Bend County, Texas, as required by statute. Such fee schedules are attached hereto as “Addendum F” and “Addendum G”.
- Reasonable and Necessary Expenses:The appointment of and reimbursement for reasonable and necessary investigation, mental health, and other expert witness expenses shall be as provided by Art. 26.05(d) Texas Code of Criminal Procedure and only upon written motion and prior approval of the trial Judge. The appointment of and reimbursement for reasonable and necessary investigation, mental health, and other expert witness expenses without prior written approval, as provided by Art. 26.052(h) Texas Code of Criminal Procedure, shall be paid pursuant to said statute. A timely, complete, and true statement of expenses incurred by the person appointed shall be submitted to the trial judge with the request for reimbursement.
STANDARDS ANDRESPONSIBILITIES FOR ATTORNEYS
A. An attorney appointed to represent indigents shall make every reasonable effort to contact the defendant not later than the end of the first working day after appointment and to interview the defendant as soon afterwards as practicable.In-person or secure video conferencing with incarcerated defendants is preferred during this initial contact.Sending only a letter to an incarcerated defendant in this circumstance should only be used as a last alternative.
B. An attorney who appears on the approved list of attorneys qualified to receive appointments to represent indigents must maintain a place of business with a phone which is answered during regular business hours and from 8:00 am to 6:00 pm on the weekends and holidays. Such attorney shall make arrangements so that the attorney may be promptly located and notified of appointment or hearing settings. Attorneys on the approved list must maintain an email address which shall be operational 24 hours a day, seven days a week. These numbers and email addresses shall be included on the Application for Criminal Appointments in Fort Bend County and shall be the official contact information utilized by the Court to inform counsel of appointment or court hearings. Any change in this contact information must be given in writing to the Administrative Court Services Coordinator for Fort Bend County within 24-hours of the change.
C. Attorneys appearing on the approved list shall comply with all laws, rules, procedure and ethical provisions for providing reasonable assistance of counsel to their client.
D. Attorneys appearing on the approved list shall maintain the highest standard of ethical conduct and always be completely candid with the Court.
E. A judge may replace an appointed attorney if the appointed attorney does not make an effort to contact the defendant by the end of the first working day, and/or does not interview the defendant as soon as possible, and/or for any other suitable reason, as determined by the judge. The court may sanction an attorney for violation of these standards.
F. Counsel may be suspended or removed from the appointment list if they are found to be ineffective by a Court or for other good cause shown.The Courts may temporarily suspend counsel from receiving appointments until a final determination on the suspension can be made that includes an opportunity for counsel to respond.
G. Counsel shall timely complete and submit their yearly attorney time report to the Texas Indigent Defense Counsel.Failure to comply can result in suspension or removal from the appointment list.
Fee and Expense Payment Process
FEE AND EXPENSE PAYMENT PROCESS
A. Payment for Appointed Counsel in Criminal cases shall be in accordance with a schedule of fees adopted by the judges pursuant to Art. 26.05(b), Texas Code of Criminal Procedure, copies of which are attached hereto as “Addendum F” and “Addendum G”. The schedules may be modified from time to time by the appropriate Board of Judges.
B. If a judge disapproves the requested amount of payment, the judge shall make written findings stating the amount that the judge approves and each reason for approving an amount different from the requested amount, pursuant to Art. 26.05(c), Texas Code of Criminal Procedure.
C. Reasonable and Necessary Expenses
1. The appointment of and reimbursement for reasonable and necessary investigation, mental health, and other expert witness expenses with prior Court approval shall be as provided by Art. 26.05(d) and Art. 26.052(f) and (g) Texas Code of Criminal Procedure and only upon written motion and prior approval of the trial judge. A timely, complete, and true statement of expenses incurred by the person appointed shall be submitted to the trial judge with the request for reimbursement by appointed counsel, including a certification by said counsel that the expenses were duly rendered by the said claimant.
2. The appointment of and reimbursement for reasonable and necessary investigation, mental health, and other expert witness expenses without prior written approval, as provided by Art. 26.05(d) Texas Code of Criminal Procedure, shall be paid pursuant to said statute, and Art. 26.052(h) Texas Code of Criminal Procedure. A timely, complete, and true statement of expenses incurred by the person appointed shall be submitted to the trial judge with the request for reimbursement by appointed counsel, including a certification by said counsel that the expenses were duly rendered by the said claimant.
3. A request for advance payment of investigative and expert expenses may be made by appointed counsel Ex Parte. Appointed counsel may file with the trial judge a pretrial, ex parte, and confidential request for advance payment of investigative and expert expenses. The request for such expenses must state, as applicable:
- The type of investigation to be conducted or the type of expert to be retained;
- The specific facts that suggest the investigation will result in admissible evidence or that the services of an expert are reasonably necessary to assist in the preparation of a potential defense; and
- An itemized list of anticipated expenses for each investigation or each expert.
The judge may grant such Ex Parte request for advance payment of expenses, in whole or in part, if the request is reasonable. If the judge denies in whole or in part the request for expenses, the judge shall:
- State the reasons for the denial in writing;
- Attach the denial to the confidential request; and
- Submit the request and denial as a sealed exhibit to the record.
4. Unreasonable or unnecessary expenses will not be approved.
Addendum A: Qualifications of Appointed Counsel for Indigent Defendants-Fort Bend County District Courts
Addendum B: Qualifications of Appointed Counsel for Indigent Defendants – Fort Bend County Courts at Law
Addendum C: Application for Criminal Appointments in Fort Bend County
Addendum D: Request for Exclusion from Indigent Appointments – District and Fort Bend County Courts at Law
Addendum E: Affidavit and Request for Appointed Counsel or Waiver of Counsel
Addendum F: District Court Attorney Fee / Expense Claim and Certification – Fair Defense Act (and District Court Fee Schedule)
Addendum G: County Court at Law Attorney Fee/Expense Claim and Certification (County Courts at Law Fee Schedule)
Addendum H: Annual Affidavit Confirming CLE and Requesting to be Continued on Indigent Appointment List for Fort Bend District and County Courts at Law
Addendum I: Recertification Form
Addendum J: Magistrate’s Warning; Art. 15.17 Texas Code of Criminal Procedure
Addendum K: Fort Bend County Public Defender’s Office Policies and Procedure
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