Texas Code of Criminal Procedure - CRIM P Art. 45.026. Jury Trial; Failure to Appear
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(a) A justice or municipal court may order a party who does not waive a jury trial in a justice or municipal court and who fails to appear for the trial to pay a reimbursement fee for the costs incurred for impaneling the jury.
(b) The justice or municipal court may release a party from the obligation to pay the reimbursement fee under this section for good cause.
(c) An order issued by a justice or municipal court under this section may be enforced by contempt as prescribed by Section 21.002(c), Government Code.
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