**MARCH 23, 2022 UPDATE**
COMMENCING JUNE 3, 2022 THERE WILL BE A SUMMARY JUDGMENT CALENDAR. PLEASE SCHEDULE YOUR SUMMARY JUDGMENTS ON THE 30 MINUTE SUMMARY JUDGMENT SPECIAL SET ON FRIDAYS AT 11:00 AM. ONLY SUMMARY JUDGMENTS WILL BE HEARD ON THIS CALENDAR.
Motions for Clarification, Rehearing, Reconsideration: Submit a "Proposed Order" with supporting documents via CourtMAP. Court will review and rule on the papers and/or advise if a hearing should be set.
Submission of Original Notes: Please do not deliver original loan documents in advance of a hearing or trial unless you are instructed to do so by the Court.
DO NOT DELIVER THE ORIGINAL NOTE/MORTGAGE UNLESS THE COURT INSTRUCTS YOU TO!!!!!
Notice of Lack of Prosecution & Order to Appear (FWOP): Absent a resolution of the case in its entirety or a Court Order, parties are required to appear regardless of filings. *FWOP calendars are held via Zoom*
Please make sure to get a sale date from the Court before you submit your Order/Judgment. The Judge will not sign an Order/Judgment if there is a blank line. It will be rejected.
IF YOU ARE SUBMITTING A PROPOSED ORDER IN COMPLIANCE WITH THE JUDGE'S RULING FROM A HEARING THAT WAS SCHEDULED AND HEARD, YOU MUST STATE THE DATE OF THE HEARING ON THE PROPOSED ORDER OR THE JUDGE WILL REJECT IT.
We are establishing Virtual Courtrooms. Court hearings in
your case that we can hold remotely via video or phone conference will be
held on the Zoom platform, which is free to you. You will receive an email from
the Court if we are proceeding with your hearing with the information you need
to connect. To participate by video, you must click on the weblink you
received in the email invitation at the time your hearing is scheduled or call
the phone number listed in the invitation to participate by phone. You do not
need to download anything or set up an account in order for you to participate
in a zoom hearing.
Video appearance is required for any participant whose testimony
is necessary so the judge can administer the oath.
Please wait until a day before your scheduled hearing for
the court to send you an email containing a Zoom link and instructions.
If you resolve your matter, please cancel it in CourtMAP.
All motion calendars, case management, special sets, lack of prosecution, calendar call and Non-Jury Trials will be conducted through the Zoom platform. All Jury Trials will be conducted live/in person.
Notice Before Hearing:
5 Calendar Days
Files at Hearing:
* Motion Calendars will be heard on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays at 8:15 a.m. via zoom
To SET a Motion:
To set a motion calendar hearing, select the date from the Court's show availability (found on courtMAP).
Submit your supporting documents (notice, filed motion, etc.) when creating the event (setting the hearing) on courtMAP. If the Motion is not submitted the hearing will not be heard. DO NOT create multiple events (set multiple hearings) on any one case.
Once a green "Success" message appears, the hearing has made calendar.
THE MOVANT MUST CONFER WITH ALL PARTIES' REGARDING THEIR AVAILABILITY WHEN SCHEDULING THE DATE OF THE MOTION
Please schedule Status Conferences or Case Management Conferences on Motion Calendar.
IMPORTANT: Although the movant and the parties listed on the service list will receive an email indicating that a hearing has been set, a notice of hearing will not automatically generate. The movant MUST e-file the notice of hearing via the e-portal system and through CourtMAP.
**The Court will not hear more than one (1) motion per case per motion calendar.**
* No joining motions or Cross Notices - Only 1 motion will be heard. Motion Calendar is for 5 minutes only.
* Motion to Withdraw and Motion for Continuance of Trial MUST be set on the Motion calendar even if agreed to.
To CANCEL a motion calendar hearing:
Only the moving party can cancel the hearing. The moving party must file a notice of cancellation with the Clerk and then cancel the hearing through CourtMAP.
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.