Justice Court Motion For Continuance


Practicing in Municipal or Justice Courts can be challenging. They are generally not prepared to deal with attorneys as most people represent themselves in Class C misdemeanors. This means that they are not prepared to be as flexible regarding scheduling nor do they provide any type of notice or opportunity to discuss which date an attorney is available. It is not uncommon for me to have to file this motion because I am booked on a date that the JP court sets my client for.

Please see Motion For Continuance below for more information.

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