Few jury trials. Few final judgments. Few appeals.
That’s the hypothesis from appellate attorneys and judges when asked to explain why the new filings in Texas’ appellate courts took a tumble during the COVID-19 pandemic. But there’s good news: Early figures show there’s already an uptick in new appeal filings.
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