Notice Before Hearing:
5 Calendar Days
Files at Hearing:
Motion Calendar Information
Calendar in Division 6 is held in Courtroom 3-1 every Monday, Tuesday and
Wednesday at 9:30 A.M.
Card/Collection Matters will be heard on Wednesdays and Thursdays at 11:00 A.M.
matters will be heard Mondays and Tuesdays at 11:00 A.M. NOT on Motion Calendar.
Motions may be heard on Motion Calendar except Motions in Limine, Summary Judgment
Motions, Fee Hearings, Motions to Continue Jury Trial, and Evidentiary Hearings.
IS MANDATORY. The Notice of Hearing must indicate the name of the person the hearing
was coordinated with on the Notice of Hearing.
In order for your matter to be added to Judge Beovides’ Motion Calendar, the Notice
of Hearing and Motion(s) MUST:
(1) Be filed with the Clerk
Notice of Hearing on ecourtesy under Motion Calendar tab. Your Notice of Hearing will not be calendared unless the Notice of Hearing
contains the following information:
a. Date the motion
b. Name of the
person the notice was coordinated with (When setting multiple discovery Motions,
the Notice of Hearing must specify the discovery motions and the date each
copies, including supporting documents, if any, must be submitted via ecourtesy
under "Motion Calendar" Tab AT LEAST SEVEN (7) DAYS PRIOR TO THE HEARING or
the matter will NOT be heard.
Motion Length: If your Motion is over 30 pages (including exhibits), please
deliver a courtesy copy to Chambers.
Responses: Parties wishing to submit a response to a matter set on Motion Calendar
must be sure to file said response with the Clerk and submit it via ecourtesy
under "Motion Calendar" prior to the hearing date.
Motion to Continue
Trial: Motions to Continue Trial will not be
heard at Motion calendar but rather addressed at Calendar Call. Please do not schedule on Motion Calendar
as they will not be heard.
Reconsideration/Rehearing: Motions for
Rehearing/Reconsideration MUST first be submitted to the Judicial Assistant by
email to firstname.lastname@example.org before setting on calendar. Please do not schedule on Motion Calendar as they
will not be heard.
Proposal for Settlements: These motions may be unilaterally set so long
as the opposing party is given 7 days’ notice.
is not the same as ecourtesy. Matters that are only efiled WILL NOT automatically upload to Judge Beovides’ Motion Calendar.
Efiling is for documents to be filed with the Clerk's Office
electronically. Ecourtesy is used to submit courtesy copies to chambers
Appearances: To appear telephonically, submit
proposed order via ecourtesy.
Cancellations: Counsel for the party who placed a matter on the Motion Calendar shall
file the Notice of Cancellation with the Clerk and fax a copy to Chambers to (305)349-7293
prior to the scheduled hearing.
Making Calendar: In order to verify if your case made the Motion Calendar, please visit
the Clerk of Courts website at: https://www2.miami-dadeclerk.com/ocs/Search.aspx