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Rosa I. Rodriguez
Circuit Civil Division
Section: CA 27
Dade County Courthouse,
73 West Flagler Street Miami FL, 33130
Phone Number: (305) 349-7144
Room Number: DCC 405
Judicial Assistant: Douglas, Jacqueline
 
Circuit Judge Circuit Civil Division

 

 **ANNOUNCEMENT** Summer Dress Code

Coats and ties are not required during the months of June through September; EXCEPT for jury trials

 


Comments/Instructions:
Alternate Judges: Jose Rodriguez (15) Room 400 305-349-7109; R. Smith (34) Room 416 305-349-7054; Beatrice Butchko (58BU) Room 303 305-349-7157; Barbara Areces (23) Room 243 305-349-7044
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  • Motion Calendar
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  • Special Set
  • Emergency Motions
  • Proposed Orders
  • Notices for Trial
Motion Calendar Information:
Type of Calendar: Open
Notice Before Hearing: 7 Business Days
Files at Hearing: None
Calendar DayCalendar TimeCap
Effective
From To
Monday9:30 AMNone
4/11/16
Monday1:30 PMNone
4/11/16
 Cancellation/Full Dates

Jul 2016

 07/04/2016
 07/11/2016

Aug 2016

 08/08/2016
 08/15/2016
 08/29/2016

Sep 2016

 09/05/2016

Oct 2016

 10/10/2016
 10/31/2016
Additional Instructions:

 NO HARD COPIES will be accepted. All courtesy copies must be submitted via e-Courtesy

Please clearly identify all documents submitted via e-Courtesy by name and party making the submission.       For example: P's Mtn to Compel.             

Please note:
e-File/e-Portal files documents with the Clerk of Courts.
e-Courtesy files courtesy copies to the judge's chambers.
***e-File/e-Portal DOES NOT take the place of e-Courtesy.***

Cancellation of Hearings-
To cancel a hearing, the scheduling party must file and upload a copy of the Notice of Cancellation through e-Courtesy and notify all parties that the hearing has been cancelled.

Orders-
Orders for motions which have been scheduled for hearing SHOULD NOT BE SUBMITTED prior to the hearing.

Motions for Rehearing-
A copy of all motions for rehearing must first be provided to the judge, who will determine if a rehearing is warranted.





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