Alexander Bokor

  • Division: County Civil
  • Section: 04
  • Court Location: North Dade Justice Center
  • Address: 15555 Biscayne Blvd. Miami, FL 33160
  • Phone: (305) 354-8770
  • Room: NDJC 217
  • Judicial Assistant: Arevalo, Cynthia
  • Bailiff: Takeuchi, Hayime

 
County Judge: County Civil Division
 

 
    • JD, University of Pennsylvania Law School (2002)
    • Honors - Senior Editor, Journal of Constitutional Law
    • BA cum laude, Southern Methodist University (history, foreign languages, Latin American studies) (1999)
    • Admitted to Florida Bar (2005); New York Bar (2003), S.D.N.Y. (2003), E.D.N.Y. (2003), M.D. Fla. (2005), S.D. Fla (2007)
    • Miami-Dade County Court Judge (2016-present)
    • Previous Division - County/Criminal
    • Assistant County Attorney, Miami-Dade County Attorney’s Office (2008-2016)
    • Commercial Litigation Associate, Kozyak Tropin & Throckmorton, Coral Gables, Florida (2006-2008)
    • Litigation Associate, Jones Day, New York, New York (2002-2006, except for clerkship year below)
    • Law Clerk, Hon. Steven D. Merryday, United States District Court, Middle District of Florida (Tampa Division) (2004-2005)
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Motion Calendar

Type: Closed

Notice Before Hearing: 0 Calendar Days

Files at Hearing: Clerk Pull Files

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Monday9:30 AM 6/03/13 
Monday10:30 AM 6/03/13 
SCHEDULING A MATTER FOR HEARING
5 Minute Motion Calendar and Special Sets (All Other Matters For Hearing)
Must be scheduled with Judge’s Chambers at (305) 354-8770 Monday- Friday from 9:30 AM to 11:30 AM only. A motion on 5 minute motion calendar must take no more than 5 minutes of hearing time. No motion may be scheduled, added on, or cross-noticed absent coordination and approval from chambers.

The procedure for scheduling either a motion on 5 Minute Motion Calendar or a specially set motion is as follows:

Please call the opposing party, or if represented, call counsel for the opposing party and conference in the Judicial Assistant to set the motion. The opposing party must be on the line in order to schedule the hearing regardless of whether the date has been cleared with them.

A party may request to set a matter unilaterally only if reasonable attempts to reach the opposing party have been unsuccessful and the opposing party has been given reasonable opportunity to respond. After receiving a date and time for a unilaterally set hearing, the notice must include the language that undersigned set this matter unilaterally after good faith efforts to reach the opposing party were unsuccessful.

If the opposing party is not represented and counsel lacks contact information for the unrepresented party, you may call the Judicial Assistant without having the opposing party on the line.  If counsel has a phone number or email for the opposing party, counsel must follow the procedure outlined above for unilaterally setting hearing after a reasonable attempt to communicate regarding the hearing.

1. All motions and supporting documentation must be e-filed no later than five (5) business days before the scheduled hearing. If the submission exceeds 50 pages, it may be delivered to the Chambers directly. No fax or email submission shall be accepted without court approval.
2. All proposed orders must be filed in eCourtesy in Microsoft Word format. Parties should bring a copy of the proposed order to the hearing.
3. Setting parties must notify all parties of interest and confirm their attendance.
4. Notices of cancellation shall be filed and subsequently faxed to chambers at (305) 354-8729 prior to the schedule hearing or trial. Counsel shall also call the JUDICIAL ASSISTANT at (305) 354-8770 to confirm the cancellation after a notice of cancellation is faxed.
5. Counsel must call the chambers regarding all motions to continue trial or strike trial dates even if agreed. The judge will review the motion and the JUDICIAL ASSISTANT will notify both parties of the Court’s determination. Only the Court may reset, continue, or postpone a previously-set trial date.
6. To check on the status of case, please visit the Clerk of the Courts website at http://www2.miami-dadeclerk.com/civil/Search.aspx.
7. FOR A HEARING ON AN EMEGENCY MOTION PLEASE CALL CHAMBERS.

TELEPHONIC APPEARANCES
For any motion or hearing scheduled to be 15 minutes or less where you are not testifying:
Counsel (or a party, where unrepresented) may simply file a notice of telephonic appearance at least 2 business days in advance.  Also, please contact chambers to inform the JUDICIAL ASSISTANT or bailiff of such notice and be prepared to provide a number where you may be reached.  YOU MUST REMAIN AVAILABLE AT THAT NUMBER FROM THE TIME THE HEARING IS NOTICED UNTIL THE TIME THE HEARING IS CALLED.  At the Court’s discretion, you may be required to call Chambers at a certain time if you do not provide a local or toll-free number.

For any motion or hearing scheduled to be more than 15 minutes, or where you are presenting sworn testimony:
All relevant parties must appear in person absent an order of the Court.

PLEASE NOTE: REGARDLESS OF THE LENGTH OF THE HEARING (1) A WITNESS MUST APPEAR IN PERSON ABSENT ORDER OF THE COURT AND (2) A PARTY THAT INTENDS TO PROVIDE FACTUAL TESTIMONY MUST APPEAR IN PERSON ABSENT ORDER OF THE COURT.