McLennan District Court and County Court Plan
McLennan County, Texas
Joint Indigent Defense Plan
19th District Court
54th District Court
County Court at Law
County Court at Law No. 2
INDIGENT DEFENSE COORDINATOR
The McLennan County Office of the Indigent Defense Coordinator,
(“IDC”) as established by the McLennan County Commissioner’s Court and, subject
to the direction of and policies and procedures adopted by the District Court
judges and the County Court at Law judges in McLennan County that preside over
criminal matters (“Criminal Court Judges”), shall implement this plan, develop
procedures for its application, maintain records, and report to the Associate
Criminal Court Judge and the Criminal Court Judges as directed.
This policy is also intended to provide procedures and guidance
for the day-to-day responsibilities of the McLennan County Office of the
Indigent Defense Coordinator (“IDC”).
IDC Office Location
The IDC is located in the McLennan County Courthouse. Transitory offices are located in the office
of the administrator for the 54th District Court and in the McLennan
County Jail in the booking and magistration areas.
Physical and Mailing
McLennan County IDC Telephone
(254) 759 7540
501 Washington Ave., Room 109
Waco, Texas 76701
The McLennan County IDC is under the supervision of the
Indigent Defense Coordinator (“Coordinator”).
The Coordinator serves as the administrator of the IDC and shall be the
primary contact for all administrative, judicial, and formal
correspondence. The Coordinator shall
represent the IDC as required or requested.
The Coordinator is under the direct supervision of the Associate Criminal Court Judge,
subject to the policies and procedures established by the Criminal Court
Judges, who shall have ultimate authority over the department. The Associate Criminal Court Judge shall
serve as judicial liaison for the Criminal Court Judges to advise and direct
the department on all judicially relevant matters. The Coordinator has no authority or power to
make or amend organizational policies, except the Coordinator may amend, adapt
or modify the local policies and procedures adopted by the Criminal Court
Judges to the extent the Associate Criminal Court Judge authorizes such action
in writing, subject to final approval by the Criminal Court Judges.
Approval Process for Indigent Defense
Defense Policy shall be approved by the Local Administrative Statutory County
Judge, Local Administrative District Judge, and the Constitutional County
Judge. Each official shall sign the
document, and the Coordinator shall manage the filing of the approved policy
for acceptance by the Commissioner’s Court.
Approval Process for Indigent Defense Plan
Indigent Defense Plan shall be approved by the Criminal Court Judges. The Local Administrative Statutory County
Judge, Local Administrative District Judge, and the Constitutional County Judge
shall sign the plan, and the IDC shall manage the filing of the approved plan
for acceptance by the Commissioner’s Court and the filing of the accepted plan
with the Texas Indigent Defense Commission.
law enforcement officer making the arrest and any officer who later has custody
of an accused person shall ensure that the person is taken before a magistrate
without unnecessary delay, but not later than 48 hours after the person is
arrested, for proceedings under Article 15.17 of the Texas Code of Criminal
the accused does not speak and understand the English language or is deaf, the
magistrate shall ensure that the information and assistance are provided with
the assistance of an interpreter consistent with Articles 38.0 and 38.31 of the
Texas Code of Criminal Procedure.
in custody brought before a magistrate shall be informed by the magistrate of
the right to request counsel under Article 15.17 Subsection (e) and (f) of the
Texas Code of Criminal Procedure. A
record will be made of these proceedings and shall be preserved as required by
the magistrate is not authorized to appoint counsel, and if the accused
requests appointment of counsel, the magistrate shall transmit or cause to be
transmitted the Magistrate’s Warning and
any other forms requesting the appointment of counsel to the IDC without
unnecessary delay, but no later than 24 hours after the accused requests
appointment of counsel. If an accused
does not request the appointment of counsel, the magistrate shall note the same
on the written Magistrate’s Warning and forward the form to the IDC.
5. For persons arrested on out-of-county warrants, the magistrate will ask the defendant if he/she would like to request appointed counsel. The magistrate will record the response, and if counsel is requested, the magistrate will provide the arrestee with the appropriate forms for requesting counsel. The magistrate will ensure assistance in completing the forms at the same time. The forms will be transmitted to the appointing authority in the county issuing the warrant within 24 hours of the request being made.
6. If the magistrate is authorized to appoint counsel, the magistrate shall make a
determination of indigence and appoint counsel, if the accused is indigent,
within one working day after receipt of request for counsel consistent with
Article 15.17 (a) of the Texas Code of Criminal Procedure.
magistrate shall perform all duties required by Chapter 17 of the Texas Code of
Magistrate will ensure that reasonable assistance in completing forms necessary
to request counsel is provided to the accused.
record will be made of:
a. Magistrate informing the accused of the
accused’s right to request appointment of counsel
b. Magistrate asking whether accused wants to
request appointment of counsel
c. Whether the person requested court appointed
Indigence Determination Standards
defendant is considered indigent if the defendants’ household income does not
exceed 125% of the poverty guidelines as established and revised annually by
the U.S. Department of Health and Human
Services and the difference between the defendants’ monthly net income and
reasonable necessary expenditures is less than $500.
court shall take into consideration, at the time the defendant requests
court-appointed counsel, whether or not the defendant, or the defendant’s
dependents have been determined to be eligible to receive Food Stamps,
Medicaid, Temporary Assistance for Needy Families, Supplemental Security
Income, or Public Housing.
defendant is considered indigent if the defendant is currently serving a
sentence in a correctional institution, is currently residing in a public
mental health facility, or is the subject of a proceeding in which admission or
commitment to such a mental facility is sought, and has no assets or property
in excess of the amounts specified above.
defendant who does not meet any of the financial standards above shall
nevertheless be determined indigent if the defendant is otherwise unable to retain
private counsel without substantial hardship to the defendant or the
defendant’s dependents, taking into account the following:
of the criminal charge(s),
anticipated complexity of the defense,
estimated cost of obtaining competent private legal representation for the
amount needed for the support of the defendant and the defendant’s dependents,
defendant’s income, source of income, assets and property owned, outstanding
obligations, necessary expenses, the number and ages of dependents, and
income that is available to the accused.
who claim to be indigent and request a court-appointed attorney, shall complete
and sign the Application for Court
Appointment of Attorney, containing
a statement that they are unable to hire their own attorney.
defendant determined to be indigent is presumed to remain indigent for the
remainder of the case unless a material change in the defendant’s financial
which may not be considered in determining indigence:
defendant’s posting of bail or ability to post bail, except to the extent that
it reflects the defendant’s financial circumstances as measured by the factors
resources available to friends or relatives of the defendant, excluding
the court determines that a defendant has financial resources that enable the
defendant to offset in part or in whole the costs of legal services provided,
including any expenses and costs, the court shall order the defendant to pay
during the pendency of the charges or, if convicted, as court costs the amount
that it finds the defendant is able to pay.
defendant who chooses not to request a court-appointed attorney shall date,
sign and deliver to the IDC the Election
Declining Court Appointed Counsel.
Minimum Attorney Qualifications
Criminal Court Judges shall establish attorney appointment lists for various
categories of offenses. Qualified and
approved attorneys may apply for and be placed on multiple lists. To be eligible for any felony or misdemeanor
appointment list, including appeal lists, an attorney must submit an Application for Court Appointment List in
the form approved by the Criminal Court Judges, and either must be board
certified in criminal law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization, or must
meet the following minimum general requirements.
Minimum General Requirements
a member in good standing of the State Bar of Texas;
not received any public disciplinary action by the State Bar of Texas or any
other attorney licensing authority of any state or of the United States within
the last calendar year;
his/her primary physical office in McLennan County, Texas, which is staffed
during regular business hours Monday though Friday;
the capability of receiving email, fax and telephone calls local to McLennan
and utilize professional grade, private conference facilities for client
the ability to produce typed motions and orders;
capable of and prepared to personally and, when necessary, physically contact
appointed clients in jail or other such facilities;
the required eight (8) or twelve (12) hours of continuing legal education
(“CLE”) during each reporting period, unless otherwise provided herein, and
certify such completion in writing to the IDC no later than January 15 of each
attendance at a criminal law legislative update seminar in any year the Texas
attorney seeking felony appointments, who is not board certified in criminal
law, must be approved by a district judge who presides over criminal matters
and, in addition to meeting the minimum general requirements, as indicated for
each of the following categories, must:
Degree and 3(g) felonies -
at least three years prior experience in criminal litigation;
prior experience as trial counsel in three felony jury trials in the last five
years, having served as lead counsel in at least two or those trials; and
completed twelve (12) hours of CLE in the last calendar year.
and Third Degree Felonies -
at least two years prior experience in criminal litigation, and prior
experience as lead or co-counsel in two
or more felony jury trials.
Jail Felonies -
at least one year of experience in criminal litigation and prior experience as
lead or co-counsel in at least one criminal trial.
b. verify -
attorney has personally authored and filed at least three criminal appellate
briefs or post-conviction writs of habeas corpus;
attorney’s appellate writing skills through an approved appellate writing
least one year experience as a briefing attorney for an appellate court.
presiding judge of a district court in which a capital felony case is filed
shall appoint two attorneys who are qualified for appointment to first degree
felonies, at least one of whom must also be qualified under Article 26.052 of
the Code of Criminal Procedure, to represent an indigent defendant as soon as
practicable after charges are filed, unless the state gives notice in writing
that the state will not seek the death penalty.
an accused is charged with capital murder and requests a court-appointed
attorney at magistration, a district judge or the IDC shall interview the
defendant to determine if the person meets the standards of indigence in
McLennan County. If the defendant
qualifies for a court-appointed attorney, the presiding judge in the capital
murder case will make the appointments according to the rule in the foregoing
attorney seeking misdemeanor appointments, who is not board certified in
criminal law, in addition to the minimum general requirements, must:
Appointment list (excluding jail docket) -
(1) have at least one (1) year of experience in
the practice of criminal litigation; or,
(2) be sponsored by a local criminal law
practitioner who has signed the application as sponsor and agrees to act as
co-counsel with the applicant in at least one criminal jury trial. No participating attorney without the
requisite experience will be allowed to appear in a criminal jury trial as
court-appointed counsel without co-counsel approved by the Court;
and be prepared to continue representation though appeal; and,
approved by the County Court at Law Judges.
Jail Docket list -
approved for the general appointment list;
in writing to be added to the jail docket list; and,
or through an attorney from the attorney’s firm (subject to 4. below) -
confer with the client at the jail as required by law;
and submit all required plea papers to the Court in a timely manner; and,
personally with the client for video pleas as scheduled by the Court, unless
substitute counsel is approved by the Court.
approved for the general appointment list; and,
attorney has personally authored and filed at least one criminal appellate
brief or post-conviction writ of habeas corpus;
attorney’s appellate writing skills through an approved appellate writing
attorney has served as lead counsel in at least one criminal jury trial at or
above the county court level; or,
least one year experience as a briefing attorney for an appellate court.
duties as court-appointed counsel are the personal responsibility of the
attorney. Services provided by members
of the attorney’s firm or group on a regular basis other than the appointed
attorney will constitute grounds for removing the attorney from the approved
list of attorneys.
Continuing Legal Education
required eight (8) hours or twelve (12) hours of CLE, as applicable, must be on
the topics of criminal law, criminal procedure, and ethics [no more than one (1) ethics hour] and must be completed during
each reporting period.
approved for felony appellate appointments must complete six (6) hours of CLE
in criminal appellate law and procedure during each reporting period.
CLE reporting period is the calendar year, (January 1 through December 31),
immediately preceding the reporting date, except for approved misdemeanor
attorneys in their initial reporting year.
completed within the twelve (12) month period immediately preceding an
attorney’s application to receive court appointments may be used to meet the
educational requirements for the initial year.
completed during any reporting period in excess of the minimum for such period (carryover) may be applied to the
following calendar year’s requirement.
Carryover, however, may only be applied to the reporting period
immediately following the period in which the credit was acquired, and may not
carryover more than one year.
one (1) hour of CLE per reporting period may be self-study, including
who are exempt from the State Bar of Texas minimum CLE requirements due to age
are exempt from the eight (8) or twelve (12) hour CLE requirement herein, but
must attend a criminal law legislative update every year the Texas Legislature
Reporting [Article 26.04(j) Code of Criminal Procedure]
October 15, 2014, attorneys who receive appointments in the prior fiscal year
shall submit to the Texas Indigent Defense Commission a statement that
describes the percentage of the attorney's practice time that was dedicated to
work based on appointments accepted in this county for adult criminal cases for
the prior 12 months beginning October 1 and ending on September 30. This report must be submitted through the
online form on the website of the Texas Indigent Defense Commission.
Prompt Appointment of Counsel
Appointment of Counsel
shall be appointed as soon as possible, but no later than the end of the third
working day after the date the IDC receives the defendant’s Financial Affidavit
for Court Appointment of Attorney.
“Working day” means Monday through Friday, excluding official county
i. If an indigent defendant is arrested in another county based on this county's warrant, counsel will be appointed within three (3) working days of this county's receipt of the request for counsel.
ii. If a defendant is arrested in this county based on another county's warrant, counsel will be appointed for the defendant if, on the eleventh (11th) day after the arrest, the defendant is still in this county's custody.
a defendant requesting appointment of counsel is not indigent under the
standards and procedures described in this plan and adopted by the Criminal
Court Judges, the attached Finding of
Ineligibility, containing the findings of the IDC or the Court, shall be
completed and filed in the court’s file.
a defendant requesting appointment of counsel is indigent under the standards
and procedures described in this plan and adopted by the Criminal Court Judges,
the IDC will notify the appointed attorney pursuant to adopted procedures.
a defendant appears without counsel in any adversarial judicial proceeding that
may result in punishment by confinement, unless the defendant has previously
waived counsel in writing and on the record, the court must advise the
unrepresented defendant of the right to counsel and of the procedures for
requesting court-appointed counsel.
5. If a defendant wishes to request counsel prior to the initial appearance, the forms required to request counsel may be obtained at the Texas Indigent Defense Commission's website at http://tidc.tamu.edu/public.net/ or from: Cathy Edwards, McLennan County Indigent Defense Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org. The defendant may submit these forms to: email@example.com. The court will rule on all requests for counsel submitted in this manner.
Attorney Selection Process
shall be appointed to represent indigent defendants from the various
appointment lists on a rotating basis.
Criminal Court Judges hereby establish the following appointment lists from
which counsel for indigent defendants shall be appointed:
jail docket list
Jail Felony list
and Third Degree Felony list
Degree and 3(g) Felony list
of counsel to represent a defendant in a proceeding on a motion to revoke
probation or a motion to adjudicate guilt shall be generated from the list
appropriate for the underlying offense.
Qualified attorneys may apply at any time for one or more of the appointment
lists. From time to time, in their
discretion, the Criminal Court Judges will evaluate new applications. Attorneys approved by the judges will be
placed on the appropriate appointment lists.
Approved attorneys will remain on lists to which they have been assigned
until they become disqualified or are removed.
Criminal Court Judges may, on occasion, restrict or limit the number of
attorneys on any list or restrict the time period during which applications
will be considered.
the extent possible, the Criminal Court Judges or the IDC will appoint the same
attorney to all cases against a single defendant in the event a defendant is
charged with multiple offenses, including both felonies and misdemeanors.
Criminal Court Judge or the IDC, subject to the Criminal Court Judges’
approval, shall have the discretion to appoint any attorney to any particular
case, regardless of the rotating appointment system, if the judge or the IDC determines
that, because of the facts of the case, the special needs of the defendant, or
the special qualifications of the attorney, the interests of justice would be
best served by appointing a specific attorney.
If this occurs, the next regular appointment will resume with the next
attorney on the list as if no discretionary appointment had been made.
Duties of Appointed Counsel
Appointed counsel shall:
receipt of the appointment in writing to the IDC within 72 hours;
every reasonable effort to:
the defendant by the end of the first working day after the date on which the
attorney is appointed; and,
interview the defendant at the jail, by video-conference or in appropriate
private conference facilities, as necessary, as soon as practicable after the
attorney is appointed;
the defendant until:
charges are dismissed;
defendant is acquitted;
are exhausted; or
attorney is relieved of his/her duties by the court or replaced by other
counsel after a finding of good cause;
personally, through the attorney’s qualified staff, or through an investigator,
the facts of the case and be prepared to present any factual defense(s) that
may be reasonably and arguably available to the defendant;
the law of the case and be prepared to present any legal defense(s) that may be
reasonably and arguably available to the defendant;
prepared to negotiate with the prosecutor for the most favorable resolution of
the case as can be achieved through a plea agreement;
prepared to try the case to conclusion either with or without a jury;
prepared to file post-trial motions, give notice of appeal and appeal the case
pursuant to the standards and requirements of the Texas Rules of Appellate
reasonable communication and contact with the client at all times and keep the
client informed of the status of the case;
the client on all matters involving the case and such collateral matters as may
reasonably be required to aid the client in making appropriate decisions about
11. Personally perform the attorney’s duty
owed to the defendant in accordance with these procedures, the requirements of
the Code of Criminal Procedure, and applicable rules of ethics;
Manage the attorney’s workload to allow for the provision of quality
representation and the execution of the responsibilities listed in these rules
in every case; and,
Submit an annual report to the Indigent Defense Commission as set out
Removal from Appointment List
Criminal Court Judges will monitor attorney performance on a continuing basis
to assure the competence and qualifications of attorneys on all lists.
attorney failing to properly and adequately report CLE hours for the preceding
reporting period by January 31 of any year will be automatically removed from
all appointment lists.
attorney failing to properly and adequately file an annual report with the
Texas Indigent Defense Commission will be automatically removed from all
attorney may be removed or suspended, as appropriate, from one or more
appointment lists if the attorney:
twice or more failed to contact or interview clients in a timely manner as
required by Article 26.04(j)(1), Code of Criminal Procedure; or
submitted a claim for legal services not performed as specified in Article
26.05(e), Code of Criminal Procedure; or
to maintain compliance with the minimum qualification requirements or the
duties of appointed counsel; or
been found by a court to have provided ineffective assistance of counsel; or
violated a rule of professional responsibility; or
been convicted of or received a deferred adjudication for any an offense, other
than an offense punishable by a fine only; or
under indictment or has been formally charged with an offense, other than an
offense punishable by a fine only; or
intentionally misrepresented statements on the application for the appointment
consistently failed to perform, personally, necessary services for the
defendant by requesting or directing other attorneys to perform duties required
of the appointed attorney, or,
attorney may also be removed from the appointment list for any other stated
good cause as determined by the Judges hearing the referral.
a judge or the IDC believes that an attorney has violated any of the provisions
listed in paragraph 3 under “Grounds for Removal,” the judge or IDC may refer
an attorney who is approved for appointment in both felony and misdemeanor
cases to the Criminal Court Judges for removal from the appointment list. If the attorney is approved only for felony
cases or only for misdemeanor cases, the referral shall be to the Criminal
District Court Judges or to the County Court at Law Judges, respectively. The referral must be in writing and shall
clearly state the grounds that form the basis of the referral. No disciplinary action with respect to the
attorney being retained on or removed from the appointment list may be made
without such a referral.
referral of an attorney for removal, the IDC shall notify the attorney in
writing of the referral, and
the attorney of the grounds that form the basis of the referral;
the attorney of the time and place the Criminal Court Judges, or the Criminal
District Court Judges, or the County Court al Law Judges, as applicable, will
hear the referral; and,
the attorney of his/her right to respond.
attorney referred for removal to the Criminal Court Judges, or the Criminal
District Court Judges, or the County Court al Law Judges, as applicable, may
respond to the referral in writing delivered to the IDC no later than 5
business days before the hearing, and may appear at the hearing in person.
Judges hearing the referral shall deliberate privately following the hearing,
and may allow the IDC to be present, at their discretion.
the conclusion of the hearing, if a majority of the Judges hearing the referral
determines that grounds for removal exist, they may take any action determined
to be appropriate, including but not limited to:
a. retaining the attorney on the appointment
list(s) without change;
b. restricting the attorney to or from certain
c. removing the attorney from all appointment
d. suspending the attorney from any or all
e. placing the attorney on probation, or partial
probation, with appropriate terms;
the attorney to complete appropriate rehabilitative measures, either as a
condition of probation or a pre-requisite to re-application to receive
Presiding Judge shall issue a written order containing the findings and rulings
of the Judges hearing the referral, to be maintained in the files of the
IDC. The IDC shall notify the attorney
of the decision in writing, including a copy of the order.
order of removal shall state in the order the earliest date at which the
attorney may apply for reinstatement, if any.
decision of the Judges hearing the referral is final and may not be appealed.
Reinstatement to Appointment List
attorney who was removed from the appointment list for non-completion of the
required CLE hours may be immediately reinstated upon providing proof that the
attorney has completed the required hours if the attorney otherwise meets all
other requirements. If CLE hours were acquired
after the reporting period for which they will be credited for purposes of
reinstatement, the credit so applied may not also be applied to the current
attorney who was removed from an appointment list under 3.g. of the “Grounds for Removal” shall be
immediately reinstated upon providing proof that the charges were dismissed or
that the attorney was acquitted, unless other grounds for removal exist against
the attorney that would prohibit reinstatement.
attorney who has been removed from the appointment list for any other reason
and who wishes to be reinstated must apply through the original application
participating attorney shall notify the IDC promptly, in writing, of any matter
that would disqualify the attorney by law, regulation, or rule, or under these
guidelines, from receiving appointments to represent indigent defendants.
Fee and Expense Payment Process
AND EXPENSE PAYMENT PROCESS
court-appointed counsel fees and expenses will be paid in accordance with
Article 26.05 of the Texas Code of Criminal Procedure, consistent with the
1. Court-appointed counsel shall be compensated
for all reasonable and appropriate services rendered in representing the
accused. Compensation shall be reasonable
for time and effort expended.
counsel will be reimbursed for reasonable and necessary expenses incurred,
including expenses for investigation and for mental health and other
experts. Expenses incurred with and
without prior approval shall be paid according to the procedures set forth
below. Whenever possible prior court
approval should be obtained before expenses are incurred.
Prior Court Approval
(a) Appointed Counsel may file with the trial
court a pretrial ex parte confidential request for advance payment of
investigative and expert expenses. The
request for expenses must state the below, as applicable:
(1) The type of investigation to be conducted or
the type of expert to be retained;
(2) 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,
(3) An itemized list of anticipated expenses for
each investigation and/or each expert.
(b) The Court shall grant the request for advance
payment of expenses in whole or in part if the request is reasonable. If the Court denies in whole or in part the
request for expenses, the Court shall:
(1) State the reasons for the denial in writing;
(2) Attach the denial to the confidential request;
(3) Submit the request and denial as a sealed
exhibit to the record.
Prior Court Approval
counsel may incur investigative or expert expenses without prior approval of
the court. On presentation of a claim
for reimbursement, the court shall order reimbursement of counsel for the
expenses, if the expenses are reasonably necessary and reasonably incurred. Unreasonable or unnecessary expenses will not
3. An appointed attorney shall complete, sign
and submit a request for payment for services rendered and/or a request for
payment of expenses, to the court administrator for the Court in which the
services were provided, as follows:
a. for payment for a writ of habeas corpus,
within 5 business days following the writ hearing;
b. for payment on a plea of guilty or nolo
contendere, and for payment for the initial client interview, at the time of
the plea hearing, unless a pre-sentence investigation is ordered, in which case
the attorney may elect to submit the request for payment at sentencing; or,
c. if the request for payment is itemized,
within 10 business days of the last service provided to the defendant.
4. Any request for payment submitted untimely
will be denied unless good cause for the delay is shown and supported in the
record. Any request for payment
submitted after 60 days have expired since the last service provided to the
defendant will be presumed to have been submitted untimely without good cause.
5. All payments shall be made in accordance with
the attached fee and expense schedules, which may be amended from time to time,
and which have been adopted by formal action of the Criminal Court Judges, with
a copy sent to the Commissioner’s Court of McLennan County. These schedules take into consideration
reasonable and necessary overhead costs and the availability of qualified
attorneys willing to accept the stated rates, and reasonable and necessary overhead
costs and the availability of experts and investigators willing to accept the
stated rates. The attached attorney fees
Court-Appointed Attorney Requisition and
the Investigator and Expert Witness
Requisition forms will be provided for appointed attorneys, who must submit
these forms for payment.
provision of this plan may be construed to divest any individual Judge of the
ability to take any action the Judge believes is immediately necessary in the
interest of justice, to protect the rights of the accused, or to protect the
Warning [2 pages];
for Court Appointment of Attorney [1 page];
Declining Court-Appointed Counsel [1 page];
for Court Appointment List - District Courts [2 pages];
for Exception to Qualifications to Receive District Court Appointments [1
for Court Appointment List - County Courts at Law [ 2 pages];
of Ineligibility for Court Appointment of Attorney and Order Denying
Application [1 page];
on Application for Court Appointment of Attorney and Order Appointing Counsel
Fee Schedule [1 page];
Court-Appointed Attorney fee schedule [1 page];
Attorney Requisition [1 page];
and Expert Witness Requisition [1 page].
McLennan District and County Court Application for Exception to Qualifications to Receive Felony Appointments.pdf (10/28/2013 4:02:04 PM) view
McLennan District and County Court Affidavit of Indigence.pdf (10/28/2013 3:57:26 PM) view
McLennan District and County Court Application for Court Appointment List - CCL.pdf (10/28/2013 4:10:07 PM) view
McLennan District and County Court Attorney Application for Appointment.pdf (10/28/2013 3:57:54 PM) view
McLennan District and County Court Attorney Fee Schedule.pdf (10/31/2019 11:03:57 AM) view
McLennan District and County Court Attorney Fee Voucher.pdf (10/28/2013 4:00:54 PM) view
McLennan District and County Court Findings of Ineligibility for Court Appointed Counsel.pdf (10/28/2013 4:02:48 PM) view
McLennan District and County Court Findings on Application for Court Appointed Counsel.pdf (10/28/2013 4:03:07 PM) view
McLennan District and County Court Magistrate’s Warning Form.pdf (10/28/2013 3:55:51 PM) view
McLennan District and County Court Misdemeanor Fee Schedule.pdf (10/28/2013 4:00:11 PM) view
McLennan District and County Court Supplemental Effective July 1, 2016.PDF (6/24/2016 2:42:50 PM) view
McLennan District and County Court Waiver of Counsel.pdf (10/28/2013 4:01:11 PM) view