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Sunday, May 26, 2024

Judicial Section Details

Joseph Perkins

  • Division: Circuit Civil
  • Section: CA 23
  • Court Location: Dade County Courthouse
  • Address: 73 West Flagler ST Miami, FL 33130
  • Phone: (305) 349-7044
  • Room: DCC 1403
  • Judicial Assistant: Kraft, Linda

 

Updated: April 10, 2024

DO NOT EMAIL CHAMBERS UNLESS SPECIFICALLY INSTRUCTED TO DO SO.

Settlements:  As soon as a case settles, please send the Notice of Settlement or the Notice of Voluntary Dismissal to chambers via email to 11thCA23@jud11.flcourts.orgDo NOT use the fax or email for any other purpose, unless specifically instructed to do so.  All other submissions to the Court must be via courtMap.  IMPORTANT NOTE:  Emails sent that are not in accordance with these instructions will be deleted without a reply.   Calls to chambers are welcome. 

Zoom vs. Live Hearings/Trials:   Most court proceedings will continue to take place remotely, via Zoom.  Trials and live evidentiary hearings will take place in Courtroom 14-1 of the Dade County Courthouse.   When requesting a special set hearing, parties have the option to request live or via zoom.    

Submission of Original Notes:    DO NOT FILE OR DELIVER ORIGINAL LOAN DOCUMENTS UNTIL I SPECIFICALLY INSTRUCT YOU TO DO SO.   If Motion for Summary Judgment is granted, you have two options:

1. Deliver to chambers only the original note and mortgage, and upload the Final Judgment to courtMap, proposed orders.  However, all Defendants not on the courtMap service email list must be added to the service list with their street address.

2. Deliver the Final Judgment together with the original note/loan documents, copies of FJ, stamped, addressed envelopes and check for Clerk, to chambers. 

Submission of Evidence for Zoom Hearings and Zoom Trials:  At least five business days prior to the hearing or trial, each side must:

1. Mark the first page of each document it intends to introduce into evidence (Plaintiff with numbers/Defendant with letters).

2. Submit to the e-Portal, in the manner detailed below, an Exhibit List, containing the exhibit number/letter, with the corresponding brief description of the exhibit, and all exhibits separately. 

          To Submit:    a.  Go to the eFiling Portal;

                               b.  Click on "File Pleading in Existing Case;"

                               c.  Enter Case Number;

                               d.  Once case populates, go to the documents tab, click "Add;"

                               e.  Once Search Bar appears, type "EVIDENCE" and hit "Enter;"

                               f.   Check Off "Evidence Submission," then hit "Browse" which allows you to select the respective document to be uploaded; and

                               g.  Click "Save." 

By submitting the documents as indicated above, they go into a separate Evidence Queue that allows the Clerk to access evidence submitted on a particular case.  EACH EXHIBIT MUST BE SUBMITTED SEPARATELY.    DO NOT COMBINE DOCUMENTS THAT MAY NEED TO BE INTRODUCED SEPARATELY.


JudgeSectionRoomTelephone
Arzola, Antonio CA 24 DCC 1017305-349-7069
Brinkley, Tanya CA 13 DCC 1407305-349-6237
Johnson, Charles Kenneth CA 06 DCC 1304305-349-7039
Thomas, William CA 27 DCC 1307305-349-7144
  • Motion Calendar
  • Special Sets
  • Emergency Motions
  • Proposed Orders
  • Notices for Trial

Type: Closed

Notice Before Hearing: 7 Business Days

Files at Hearing: None

DayTimeCapFromTo
Wednesday9:00 AM309/01/18 
Thursday9:00 AM304/25/17 

Updated:  February 16, 2023

Motion Calendar Days/Time/Location:   Wednesdays and Thursdays remotely via Zoom.  Motion Calendar hearings are limited to 5 minutes per case.  The courtMap system allows two (2) motions per case.  Parties on the service list will receive an email from the Court with the information you need to connect to the hearing.  Zoom link information is no longer available online.  It is the responsibility of counsel to provide the Zoom link to anyone not on the service list. 

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 (see below regarding supplemental submissions) and must comply with the OCR and bookmarking requirements detailed in (A)(2)(b) and (3) of the Court's procedures governing requests for special set hearings. 

Once a green "Success" message appears, the hearing has made calendar.  You must still prepare, file and serve a Notice of Hearing.   If the motion(s) are not uploaded to the courtMap hearing event, the hearing will be cancelled. 

Supplemental SubmissionsThe Court downloads and reviews materials in advance of hearings, so courtMAP submissions after certain dates need to be brought to the Courts attention.  In rare circumstances where supplemental courtMAP submissions are appropriate, submit the supplemental materials no later than end of day the Thursday before calendar.   For Thursday's calendar, submit the supplemental materials no later than end of day the Sunday before calendar.  Any party submitting materials after these deadlines must immediately notify Bailiff Angelo Figueras (afigueras@jud11.flcourts.org) and JA Linda Kraft (lkraft@jud11.flcourts.org) so they can bring the materials to the Court's attention for review before calendar.  

 Responses:  Submit the filed Response, if any, and any supporting materials via courtMap to the "Motion Calendar" case number and hearing date.  The courtMAP submission must comply with the OCR and bookmarking requirements detailed in (A)(2)(b) and (3) of the Court's procedures governing requests for special set hearings.  

For Wednesday's calendar, submit the Response and any materials no later than end of day the Thursday before calendar.   For Thursday's calendar, submit the Response and any materials no later than end of day the Sunday before calendar.  If, in rare circumstances, a party submits materials to courtMAP after these deadlines, the party must immediately notify Bailiff Angelo Figueras (afigueras@jud11.flcourts.org) and JA Linda Kraft (lkraft@jud11.flcourts.org) so they can bring the materials to the Court's attention for review before calendar.  

Unilateral Settings:  Parties may unilaterally set hearings on motion calendar if reasonable attempts have been made to coordinate the hearing to no avail.  

Cancellations:   The party that noticed the hearing may cancel via courtMap after it files its Notice of Cancellation.  The Notice of Cancellation must specify the reason for the cancellation. 

Motions for Rehearing, Reconsideration, New Trial, and other post-trial motions (excluding entitlement to fees and costs): These motions will not be heard on motion calendar.  Submit the motion with a proposed order via courtMap to "Proposed Orders." 



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