***PLEASE NOTE THAT JUDGE CORREA'S CHAMBERS WILL BE LOCATED AT REG 616 AS OF FEBRUARY 8, 2023.***
***PLEASE NOTE THAT JUDGE CORREA'S CALENDAR WILL BEGIN AT 10:30AM ON THURSDAY, JUNE 1, 2023.***
The courthouses in
Miami-Dade County are now open to the public. On February 25, 2022, the Mayor of Miami-Dade
County announced that the use of face masks is no longer required in County
buildings. The Honorable Judge Cristina Rivera
Correa and her staff remain available and dedicated to diligently working to
serve the public. Judge Correa presides in Courtroom 6-5 of the Richard E.
Gerstein Justice Building over the County Criminal Court Jail Division where all defendants are in custody, either at a Miami-Dade County
detention facility or on house arrest through the Miami-Dade County
Monitored Release Program. An Inmate
Search can be accessed at https://www.miamidade.gov/Apps/mdcr/inmateSearch/. To
check the status of a criminal misdemeanor case, visit the Miami-Dade Clerk of Courts website
at https://www2.miami-dadeclerk.com/cjis/CaseSearch.aspx. To check the status of a criminal traffic case, visit the Miami-Dade Clerk of Courts website at https://www2.miami-dadeclerk.com/TrafficApp/.
ANY INDIVIDUAL HAVING COURT BUSINESS BEFORE JUDGE CORREA IS EXPECTED TO READ AND FAMILIARIZE HIMSELF/HERSELF WITH THE PROCEDURES OUTLINED IN “Judge Correa's Jail Division Procedures” IN THE Documents SECTION OF THIS PAGE.
criminal misdemeanor and criminal traffic matters are addressed in the Jail Division,
in accordance with Judge Correa’s schedule, which can be found at “Judge
Correa’s Jail Division Calendar” in the Documents section of
this page. This
schedule is subject to change with reasonable notice. Please check this page for
notices of change.
misdemeanor case numbers begin with the letter “M” or “B,” for example,
M19-001234 or B20-009876, and the case style is “State of Florida v.
traffic cases have a 7-character, alphanumerical number, which may begin
with the letter “A,” for example, AB12CD3, and the case style is “State of
Florida v. [Defendant’s Name].”
Some court proceedings continue
to be held remotely through the virtual platform known as Zoom, while others have
resumed in-person. If you wish to attend Judge Correa’s court proceedings in person, you are welcome to do so in Courtroom 6-5 of the Richard E.
Gerstein Justice Building, located at 1351 N.W. 12th Street, Miami,
FL. If you wish to attend Judge
Correa’s court proceedings through Zoom and have not otherwise been
ordered to appear in person, you may do so by using Zoom ID 912 1118 1073. Should you need more information on how to
use Zoom, you can access Zoom Support at https://support.zoom.us/hc/en-us.
ANY INDIVIDUAL APPEARING VIRTUALLY FOR COURT BEFORE JUDGE CORREA, WHETHER A PARTY, INCLUDING PRO SE, OR
SELF-REPRESENTED, ATTORNEY, WITNESS, OR FRIEND/FAMILY MEMBER OF A DEFENDANT, MEDIA PERSONNEL OR OBSERVER, MUST COMPLY WITH THE RULES OUTLINED IN “Judge Correa's Standing Order on Virtual Court Appearances” IN THE Documents SECTION OF THIS PAGE.
IF YOU, OR SOMEONE YOU KNOW, NEED ASSISTANCE WITH OBTAINING EMPLOYMENT, SHELTER, A VALID DRIVER LICENSE, MENTAL HEALTH OR SUBSTANCE ABUSE TREATMENT, PLEASE CONSULT THE AVAILABLE RESOURCES LISTED IN "Employment, Homeless, Driver License, Mental Health & Substance Abuse Resources" IN THE Documents SECTION OF THIS PAGE.
Should you have any questions about procedures,
scheduling, or need to request an accommodation, please contact Judge Correa’s Judicial Assistant, Jesus Fernandez, at
305-548-5194 and be prepared to provide your case number.
Please be aware that certain items are prohibited on courthouse premises. If any listed prohibited item is detected to be in your possession when entering a court facility, you will be asked to exit the facility to secure the item elsewhere or dispose of it, before being allowed entry into the facility.