Christina Marie DiRaimondo

  • Division: Circuit Criminal
  • Section: F003
  • Court Location: Richard E. Gerstein Justice Bldg.
  • Address: 1351 N.W. 12th ST Miami, FL 33125
  • Phone: (305) 548-5170
  • Email: F003@jud11.flcourts.org
  • Room: REG 209
  • Judicial Assistant: Molster, Carmen

Judicial Assignment History

 
Circuit Judge: Circuit Criminal Division

 

DIVISION 3 INFORMATION AND PROCEDURES
1. JUDGE CHRISTINA DIRAIMONDO (cdiraimondo@jud11.flcourts.org)                                                                                             (please copy the Judicial Assistant on any emails regarding court business)
2. JUDICIAL ASSISTANT – Carmen Molster (cmolster@jud11.flcourts.org                                                                                                 If you write the Judge or the judicial assistant about a case, you must copy all counsel in the same email.
Do NOT put “SERVICE OF COURT DOCUMENTS” in the subject line of any email to the Court – if you do, our email system automatically rejects the email.
3. BAILIFF – Mario Leon
4. CHAMBERS - 1351 N.W. 12th Street, Room 318 (temporary until further notice) Miami, FL 33125                                                   Phone: 305-548-5170      Fax: 305.548-5236
5. TIME CALENDAR BEGINS EACH DAY:  9:00 A.M.

6. PROCEDURES FOR PLACING MOTIONS ON CALENDAR: Motions must be efiled with the Clerk’s Office. Send a Courtesy Copy of the original motion to chambers via email or hand-delivery. The JA will reply via email with the date that the motion will be set on calendar.  The movant is responsible for preparing, filing and serving a Notice of Hearing on all parties. (NOTE: The Clerk’s Office does not provide Judge DiRaimondo with copies of motions which Counsel submits through E-filing.)

7. METHOD OF PROVIDING COURTESY COPIES: Email or hand-Delivery. (NOTE: The Clerk’s Office does not provide Judge DiRaimondo with copies of motions which Counsel submits through E-filing.)

8. POLICIES AND PROCEDURES FOR SPECIFIC MOTIONS:                                                                                                                    a. CONTINUANCES: Motions for Continuance may be made ore tenus at Sounding.  
b. JAC MOTIONS:  Send the motion to JA via email (e.g. Motion for Investigative Costs, Motion to Declare Defendant Indigent for Costs) along with supporting documentation, JAC’s response, and a proposed order. If JAC does not request a hearing, the Court may enter the proposed order without a hearing after reviewing the documents.  If JAC requests a hearing or if Judge DiRaimondo has concerns after reviewing the motion and supporting documentation, the judicial assistant will set the motion on calendar for hearing and will notify you via email).
c. NEBBIA MOTIONS:  Defense Counsel should first present the documentary proof to the State and inquire whether the State will stipulate the defendant has satisfied the Nebbia requirements.  If there is no stipulation, submit the documents to chambers via email and the judicial assistant will reply with the date for the Nebbia hearing.  In most cases, the hearing will be set for the next business day if the documents are provided to Chambers before 2:30 pm.
 d. LIMINE MOTIONS:  Motions in Limine must be filed in writing the Friday before trial.  Failure to do so, absent good cause, is sufficient basis for the Court to deny the Motion.
 e. SEAL/EXPUNGE:  File the original with the Clerk’s office and send a copy to chambers via email. The JA will reply via email with the date that the motion will be on calendar. Counsel does not have to be present at the hearing if all documents are in order.
 f. RETURN OF PROPERTY:  File the original with the Clerk’s office and send a copy to chambers via email. You must copy all counsel of record on email