What must a litigant do to qualify for oral argument

What must a litigant do to qualify for oral argument in the court of appeals?

If litigants would like oral argument, they must request it on the front cover of their brief. See Texas Rule of Appellate Procedure 39.7. However, even if oral argument is requested, the court of appeals may deny oral argument. See Texas Rule of Appellate Procedure 39.1.

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