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Since 1967, Mr. Aycock has
conducted trials and hearings in
courts in Texas, Louisiana, Kansas,
Massachusetts, Missouri, Ohio,
Pennsylvania and New York,
including the Harris County Civil
Courts Building at 301 Fannin in
Houston (see photo at right)
And the Houston Division of the US District and Bankruptcy
Courts for the Southern District of Texas In Bob Casey
United States Courthouse at 515 Rusk in Houston (see
photo at right):
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And the Galveston Division US District Court
at 601 25th Street in Galveston (see photo at
left):
And prosecuted appeals to various State Courts
of Appeals, including the 1st and 14th Courts of
Appeals now at 1307 San Jacinto, 11th Floor in
Houston (see photo at right)
And the Supreme Court of Texas at 201 W. 14th Street in
Austin (see photo at left)
And to various United States Courts of Appeals, including the
US Court of Appeals for the 5th Circuit in New Orleans (see
photo at right)
And the new Civil Justice Center
at 201 Caroline in Houston (see
photo at above)
Principal Office: Houston, Texas
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