Antonio Arzola

  • Division: Circuit Civil
  • Section: CA 24
  • Court Location: Dade County Courthouse
  • Address: 73 West Flagler ST Miami, FL 33130
  • Phone: (305) 349-7069
  • Room: DCC 1017
  • Judicial Assistant: Martinez, Vilmary
  • Bailiff: Barrios, Gerardo

 
Circuit Judge: Circuit Civil Division
 

As of March 11th, you will no longer be able to submit documents/materials via eCourtesy. You must use courtMAP. The courtMAP webpage is located here.
Please select "Foreclosure Cancellations" in the drop-down menu for this section's procedures on foreclosure cancellations.

 
  • Bachelor of Science, Florida International University - Graduated Magna Cum Laude
  • Juris Doctor, University of Miami, 1995 - Graduated Magna Cum Laude
  • Admitted to Florida Bar, 1995
  • Judicial Law Clerk for the Honorable Federico A. Moreno, United States District Court, Southern District of Florida, 1995-1996
  • Murai, Wald, Biondo, Moreno & Brochin, P.A., 1996-2005
  • County Court Judge, 2005
  • Circuit Court Judge, 2009
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Areces, Barbara CA 23 DCC 243305-349-7044
Bailey, D Jennifer CA 03 DCC 635305-349-7152
Butchko, Beatrice CA 58, CA 43 DCC 400305-349-7157
Thomas, William CA 20, CA 44 DCC 1307305-349-7140
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Foreclosure Motion Calendar

Type: Open

Notice Before Hearing: 7 Business Days

Files at Hearing: None

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Foreclosure motion calendar hearings are limited to 5 minutes per case.  As of April 24th, foreclosure motion calendars are in blocks starting at 8:30 a.m. and at 8:45 a.m. 

Foreclosure matters will only be heard on Tuesdays unless you are scheduling a Motion to Cancel Sale (these are also heard Wednesdays and Thursdays at 9:00 a.m.).

To set a foreclosure motion hearing, select the date from the Court's foreclosure motion availability (found on courtMap). 

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 a notice of hearing via the e-portal system. 

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

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

To appear telephonically: A motion for telephonic appearance, along with the Court's form order (found in "documents") must be submitted for the Court's approval via the proposed orders option on courtMap.  All Motions for Telephonic Appearance must indicate the reason why a telephonic hearing is needed. If the reason stated is that counsel has a hearing in another courthouse, the motion shall contain the name and case number of the other case.

To cancel a foreclosure motion calendar hearing:
Movants cancelling a hearing shall e-file a notice of cancellation and also cancel the hearing on courtMAP.  Go to: Calendar>Show Events>Click on the Case>Click on the "Status" dropdown (should appear as "Ready")>Select Cancel>Select Reason>Click on Update

 

THE FOLLOWING MOTIONS MUST ALWAYS BE SET FOR HEARING:

  1. MOTIONS FOR COURT DEFAULT
  2. MOTIONS TO RESCHEDULE FORECLOSURE SALES
  3. MOTIONS FOR EXTENSION OF TIME TO EFFECTUATE SERVICE OF PROCESS
  4. MOTIONS TO CONTINUE TRIAL OR STRIKE TRIAL DATES, EVEN IF AGREED TO (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.)
  5. MOTIONS TO COMPEL MEDIATION
  6. MOTIONS TO CANCEL SALE (EVEN IF AGREED TO)
  7. MOTIONS TO ISSUE WRIT OF POSSESSION


NOTE REGARDING "WALK-INS"
The Court does not allow contested/disputed "add-ons" or "walk-ins" during a motion calendar when the Court is in trial. If you are planning on "walking in" to a motion calendar with opposing counsel for a contested/disputed motion, please call the day prior to the date of the motion calendar to make sure that the Judge is not in trial. 

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

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courtMAP combines eCourtesy with online scheduling, online notification/confirmation, and allows judges to create and e-File orders. courtMAP also allows parties to self-schedule their case events - motion calendar, special sets, and trials - and attach the documentation previously submitted via eCourtesy.

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