ALL ZOOM HEARINGS BEFORE JUDGE BLUMSTEIN SHALL USE MEETING ID 980 1584 1545.
!!URGENT!! EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY
NEW MANDATORY CASE MANAGEMENT PROCEDURES
In compliance with Florida Supreme Court Administrative Order 20-23A12 and the 11th Judicial Circuit Administrative Order 21-09, lawyers and litigants are required to follow the procedures outlined below:
A. For cases filed BEFORE APRIL 30, 2021, you MUST submit CASE MANAGEMENT REPORT AND ORDER via CourtMAP under Proposed Orders.
Word versions of the Case Management Report and Order are also located below under the DOCUMENTS tab.
B. DO NOT submit a Case Management Report and Order if:
1. There is already an EXISTING CASE MANAGEMENT ORDER setting forth all pretrial deadlines.
2. Your case is already set for trial.
3. Your case is currently on inactive status by court order.
4. Your case is subject to current moratoria.
5. Your case is subject to F.S. 51.011
6. If your case has been Noticed for Lack of Prosecution Hearing (FWOP) unless it is being attached to your WRITTEN GOOD CAUSE SHOWING.
7. Your case is uncontested.
C. If your case meets any of the exceptions listed above, you must still follow the timeline requirements set forth in the 11th Judicial Circuit Administrative Order 21-09.
Click here for Circuit Civil AO
Click here for the Supreme Court of Florida Administrative Order No. AOSC20-23 Amendment 10
D. If your case was filed ON OR AFTER APRIL 30, 2021, the Court will issue a Case Management Order with prescribed timelines.
Motions for Disqualification
Procedure for Service of Disqualification Motions
Inquiries may be directed to the Judicial Assistant at email@example.com
Courthouses are CLOSED for in-person hearings and trials based on public health
advisories at the direction of the Florida Supreme Court.
The Circuit has moved to Zoom as a platform for remote hearings. Schedule your hearings as usual (Motion Calendar / Special Sets) via CourtMAP. FOLLOW ALL PROCEDURES AS INDICATED ON EACH PORTAL.
If you do not wish to proceed or have resolved your matter, please use the CANCELLATION function via CourtMAP or call the Judge's office.
After a Virtual Hearing
Motion Calendar Days/Time:
Motion Calendar via Zoom are available Tuesday and Thursday at 10:00 a.m. and Wednesdays at 11:00AM.
One motion per day, unless approved by the Court. Hearings
shall be “coordinated” with all counsel and unrepresented parties.
“Coordinated” means that the moving party offers a date upon service of the
motion and all others respond within one (1) business day with agreement to the
offered date or an alternate date(s) that is/are within a week of the offered
date and is on a date that the Court holds Motion Calendar. Failure to so
“coordinate” entitles the moving party to set the motion for hearing on the
To Make Calendar: Select available date and time via courtMap. The filed motion(s) and all documents in support must be attached when the hearing is scheduled. Once a green "Success" message appears, the hearing has made calendar. You must still prepare, file and serve a Notice of Hearing.
Responses: Responses: Unless otherwise instructed by the
Court or as required by an applicable rule of Court, any opposition to a filed
Motion shall be filed, served, uploaded to CourtMap and emailed to the Court (firstname.lastname@example.org) no
later than two (2) business days prior to the date of the hearing, absent which
the relief requested in the Motion may be granted without oral argument.
Cancellations: The moving party may cancel a hearing on a motion by filing
a Notice of Cancellation and emailing same to the Court (email@example.com) at
least one (1) business day prior to the hearing date.
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
ADD ONS ARE NOT ACCEPTED.
HARD COPIES or BINDERS ARE NOT ACCEPTED.