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Hill v. Lakes of Fondren Southwest

Court of Appeals of Texas, First District, Houston

May 25, 2017

John Hill & Faye H. Hill
v.
Lakes of Fondren Southwest

         151st District Court of Harris County, Trial court case number: 2016-43324

          ORDER

          Michael Massengale Judge

         Appellants have not filed a docketing statement in this case. Accordingly, we direct appellants to complete the form docketing statement attached to this order, and file it in this court within 10 days of the date of this order.

         Also attached to this order is a pamphlet describing the Houston Bar Association Pro Bono Program. To be considered for this program, please complete Section XIV of the docketing statement.

         It is so ORDERED.

         PRO BONO PROGRAM FOR CIVIL APPEALS

         SPONSORED AND ADMINISTERED BY THE PRO BONO COMMITTEES FOR THE STATE BAR OF TEXAS APPELLATE SECTION AND THE HOUSTON BAR ASSOCIATION APPELLATE SECTION IN THE COURT OF APPEALS FOR THE FIRST DISTRICT OF TEXAS

         December 2009

         I. PRO BONO PROGRAM

         The State Bar of Texas Appellate Section Pro Bono Committee and the Houston Bar Association's Appellate Practice Section Pro Bono Committee ("Pro Bono Committee") are conducting a Pro Bono Program to place a limited number of civil appeals with appellate counsel who will represent the appellant before the First Court. The goal of the program is to match clients who are financially unable to obtain legal representation with volunteer lawyers who agree to serve without expectation of compensation for their service.

         The Pro Bono Program is administered completely by the Pro Bono Program Committee. The First Court of Appeals has no direct role in screening or selecting cases for inclusion in the Program.

         If you lack the financial means to pay for an appellate attorney and indicate your desire to be included in the Pro Bono Program, as explained in this Pamphlet, you may be considered for participation in the program. Even if you had paid counsel in the trial court, you can indicate your interest in seeking a pro bono attorney through this Program if you can no longer afford an attorney to represent you on appeal. PLEASE NOTE: There is no guarantee that the Pro Bono Committee will select your case for inclusion in the Program and that pro bono counsel can be found to represent you. Accordingly, you should not forego seeking other counsel to represent you in this proceeding.

         A. The Selection Process

         The Docketing Statement is one of the first documents that you file when you start an appeal. If you would like for your case to be considered for inclusion in the Pro Bono Program, Section X of the First Court of Appeals' Docketing Statement includes a brief description of the Program along with a list of questions for you to answer. After you complete the Docketing Statement and indicate interest in your case being considered for possible inclusion in the Program, a copy of your Docketing Statement will be forwarded to the Pro Bono Committee for screening. To assist the screening process, it is very important ...


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