Contact a law library. In your case I'd contact the State Law Library in Austin.
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You can most likely find the petition online or in a law library, but I recommend retaining an attorney to guide you through the post conviction process.
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You can download it at www.cca.courts.state.tx.us/Forms/Forms.asp. You should speak to an attorney before filing it out. Post-conviction writs can be complicated area of the law. The inmate’s chances of success are much lower when a non-lawyer attempts to complete the paperwork.
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