David C. Miller

  • Division: Circuit Civil
  • Section: CA 21
  • Court Location: Dade County Courthouse
  • Address: 73 West Flagler ST Miami, FL 33130
  • Phone: (305) 349-7074
  • Room: DCC 626
  • Judicial Assistant: Gener, Barbara

Judicial Assignment History

 
Circuit Judge: Circuit Civil Division

 

FOR ANY QUESTIONS PLEASE EMAIL ME AT Bgener@jud11.flcourts.org

ALL HEARINGS ARE BEING DONE THROUGH ZOOM UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE

Please include in the Notice of Hearing for Pro Se Litigants the following: (Hearing to take place via zoom software - instructions to attend via zoom can be obtained
by emailing the Judge's judicial assistant at (bgener@jud11.flcourts.org)


Coronavirus/COVID-19:   Courthouses are closed for in-person hearings and trials based on public health advisories at the direction of the Florida Supreme Court. The Eleventh Judicial Circuit wants you safe at home. 

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 or, if you have no access to CourtMAP, by calling the Judge’s judicial assistant.

 

EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY FORECLOSURE SALES HAVE BEEN CANCELLED

FURTHERMORE, NO WRITS OF POSSESSION WILL BE ISSUED AS THE MIAMI-DADE POLICE DEPARTMENT IS NOT EXECUTING WRITS OF POSSESSION AT THIS TIME.

PLEASE SEND PROPOSED ORDERS THROUGH COURTMAP.

ANY EMERGENCY MOTIONS PLEASE SEND THROUGH COURTMAP

 

 


 
  • Bachelor of Science, University of Florida, 1975
  • JD, Nova University, 1978
  • Admitted to Florida Bar 1979
  • Circuit Judge 2001
  • Private Practice - Civil Trial
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Motion Calendar

Type: Closed

Notice Before Hearing: 5 Calendar Days

Files at Hearing: None

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ALL HEARINGS ARE BEING DONE THROUGH ZOOM UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE

Please include in the Notice of Hearing for Pro Se Litigants the following: (Hearing to take place via zoom software - instructions to attend via zoom can be obtained
by emailing the judge's judicial assistant at (bgener@jud11.flcourts.org)

Motion calendar hearings are limited to 5 – 10 minutes per case.  As of May 28th, motion calendars start at 8:00 a.m. and end at  9:30 a.m. Even though Judge Miller's motion calendar is set for 8am, you may be given a different start time since he will be dividing his calendar into smaller groups, each half an hour starting at 8am, 8:30am & 9am that way the wait time is less for everyone. As of June 18, 2020, the Judge has opened up another session for motion calendar it will be held at 7:30 am

To set a motion calendar hearing, select the date from the Court's availability (found on courtMAP). 20 Cap

Should Counsel or Pro-se party become frustrated in their attempt to get an agreed date for a hearing from opposing counsel, a hearing will be held on the First available special set time that week.  Both counsel shall have their calendar available for the hearing to schedule the matter which the frustrated party is trying to set.  Attorneys fees may be available if the Court finds any party to have failed to co-operate in good faith with the setting of the subject hearing.

Submit your supporting documents (filed motion, etc.) when creating the event (setting the hearing) on courtMAP.  DO NOT create multiple events (set multiple hearings) on any one case; the system allows for two (2) motions to be set on each case.  

Once a green "Success" message appears, the hearing has made 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.  

To confirm a hearing, click on the "docket" tab on the navigation bar and select the event date (the hearing date); the scheduled hearing will appear.  

**The Court will not hear more than two (2) motions per case per motion calendar.** 

To cancel a motion calendar hearing:

Just email all counsel and court reporter (s) that hearing has been cancelled and also cancel it on CourtMap.

THE FOLLOWING MOTIONS MUST ALWAYS BE SET FOR HEARING EVEN IF AGREED TO
:
1. MOTIONS TO RESCHEDULE FORECLOSURE SALES
2. MOTIONS TO CONTINUE TRIAL OR STRIKE TRIAL DATES, (Motions for continuance must indicate whether it is the first request for continuance. If it is not, the number and date of prior continuance(s) must be included in the motion.)
3. MOTIONS TO COMPEL MEDIATION
4. MOTIONS TO CANCEL SALE (Must include number of previous cancellations)                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  5. MOTIONS FOR WRIT OF POSSESSION          

Motion calendar hearings are limited to 5 – 10 minutes per case.  The motion calendars start at 8:00 a.m. and hopefully end at  9:30 a.m.  
To set a motion calendar hearing, select the date from the Court's availability (found on courtMAP). 20 Cap
Submit your supporting documents (filed motion, etc.) when creating the event (setting the hearing) on courtMAP.  DO NOT create multiple events (set multiple hearings) on any one case; the system allows for two (2) motions to be set on each case.  
Once a green "Success" message appears, the hearing has made calendar.  
To confirm a hearing, click on the "docket" tab on the naviagation bar and select the event date (the hearing date); the scheduled hearing will appear.  
**The Court will not hear more than two (2) motions per case per motion calendar.** 


This Section is now using courtMAP and document submissions are no longer available via eCourtesy.

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