As of July 29, 2021, Circuit
Criminal Division will provide access to court both in person and via Zoom in a
hybrid fashion for all daily calendars.
The following must take place in person unless the parties and the judge agree
to proceed on Zoom and the Florida Rules of Criminal Procedure and the Florida
Supreme Court’s Administrative Order allow: (1) evidentiary hearings; (2) bench
and jury trials; and (3) most pleas. At the discretion of the division judge,
all other matters may be conducted via Zoom at the preference of the parties.
Anyone who wishes to be in the courtroom on a laptop or device to see Zoom MUST
have their device’s microphone and the Zoom audio muted at all times regardless
of whether or not they are speaking. The courtroom microphones which are
connected to Zoom will pick up the audio. If the device and/or Zoom audio on an
individual device is on, this will result in echo and feedback.
To place a case on Judge Stuzin's calendar, please email
your request and copy of the motion to email@example.com. All
parties to the case must be included in the email. Upon review of the motion,
the Judicial Assistant will contact the moving party via email to confirm a
hearing date. Please DO NOT send emails to the
division email for requests to set a hearing.
E-service/E-courtesy: Please add Division email, F006@jud11.flcourts.org to your service list to ensure Chambers receives copies of motions submitted through e-filing.
F006 Daily Calendar begins at 9:30am.
F006 Virtual ZOOM ID: 984 0974 7407
Join by Phone:1-786-635-1003
RULES REGARDING ZOOM APPEARANCES:
1. Remain MUTED until your case is called.
2. DEFENDANTS: dress appropriately. Mute yourselves until your case is called and turn on your camera.
3. ATTORNEYS: enter your name and client’s name in the chat so you may be called.
4. ATTORNEYS appearing in person, in court will be called first.
call chambers and speak with the Judicial Assistant or Bailiff for guidance or
questions during regular business hours at (305) 548-5769.