Health & Safety Code Section 462.076
(a)The appeal of an order requiring court-ordered treatment must be filed in the court of appeals for the county in which the order is issued.
(b)Notice of appeal must be filed not later than the 10th day after the date on which the order is signed.
(c)When the notice of appeal is filed, the clerk shall immediately send a certified transcript of the proceedings to the court of appeals.
(d)Pending the appeal, the trial judge in whose court the case is pending may:
(1)stay the order and release the person from custody pending the appeal if the judge is satisfied that the person does not meet the criteria for protective custody under Section 462.065 (Order of Protective Custody); and
(2)if the person is at liberty, require an appearance bond in an amount set by the court.
(e)The court of appeals and supreme court shall give an appeal under this section preference over all other cases and shall advance the appeal on the docket. The courts may suspend any rule concerning the time for filing briefs and docketing cases.
Section 462.076 — Appeal,
https://statutes.capitol.texas.gov/Docs/HS/htm/HS.462.htm#462.076 (accessed Nov. 25, 2023).