The state’s two highest courts agreed to disagree when it came to deciding whether all appellate court opinions can be cited as precedent in the future.

The “do not publish” designation is to be discontinued and all opinions can be cited in civil cases under rule changes that the Texas Supreme Court ordered on Aug. 6. But opinions by courts of appeals in criminal cases will continue to bear the notation “publish” or “do not publish.”

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