Notice Before Hearing:
7 Calendar Days
Files at Hearing:
**EFFECTIVE AUGUST 5 , 2022, MOTION CALENDAR WILL BE HELD ON WEDNESDAYS AND FRIDAYS AT 8:45AM.
June 30th Update: Motion Calendars will continue to take
place remotely via Zoom. To access Zoom directly from courtMAP, click on
“join zoom meeting” on the date/time of the hearing.
Motion calendar hearings are
limited to 5 minutes per case.
To set a
matter on the Court's motion calendar for hearing:
*Select the date from the
Court's motion calendar availability (found on courtMAP).
*Create the event on courtMAP
(set your hearing), upload all supporting documents (filed motion, notice of hearing, etc.).
*DO NOT create multiple events
(set multiple hearings); the system allows for two (2) motions to be set for
will not hear more than two (2) motions per case per motion calendar.**
*Once a green
"Success" message appears, the hearing has made calendar.
IMPORTANT: Although the movant and the parties listed on the service list
at the time the hearing is set will receive an email from courtMAP indicating
that an event has been created, a notice of hearing will not automatically
generate. The movant MUST e-file the notice of hearing via the e-portal
system. Include 11thFC28@jud11.flcourts.org in all filings.
To confirm a hearing, click on the "calendar" tab in
the navigation bar and then on "view events," select the hearing
date; the scheduled hearing will appear. You can also click on
"calendar," then on "events by case" and enter the case
number; all upcoming hearings for that case number will appear.
To cancel a
motion calendar hearing:
Movants cancelling a hearing shall e-file a notice of cancellation
and also cancel the hearing on courtMAP. To do this, click on: -calendar,
-view events, -select the case, -click case status ready, -click cancel from
the dropdown, -click save, -select cancellation reason, -click confirm
Please be aware that certain items are prohibited on courthouse premises. If any listed prohibited item is detected to be in your possession when entering a court facility, you will be asked to exit the facility to secure the item elsewhere or dispose of it, before being allowed entry into the facility.