Rules & Forms
Challenging the Constitutionality of a State Statute
A party challenging the constitutionality of a Texas statute must file a “Challenge to the Constitutionality of a State Statute” form with the court in which the claim is pending. (Gov’t Code Sec. 402.010(a-1).
If a party indicates on the form that the Office of the Attorney General is not a party to or counsel in the case, the clerk of the court must forward the completed form and a copy of the petition, motion or pleading to the Office of the Attorney General.
The OAG has created the following email account for receipt of these forms: email@example.com. A clerk may also send the information by certified or registered mail.