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Procedures/Preferences


SITE UPDATED February 16, 2017

A Completed Proposed Order Cover Sheet must accompany all Proposed Orders
Please see the judges form order section for a copy of the Proposed Order Cover Sheet

Click here to view our JAWS frequently asked questions.

 

 

AT A GLANCE PREFERENCES

How to Notify Judge of an Emergency Motion Providing Judges with Lengthy Documents in Support of a Hearing Using JAWS for Electronic Signature Providing Copies of
Motions & NOH

File with clerk,
then email Motion to JA
GENCIVDIVD@FLJUD13.ORG

Mail or deliver hard copy at least 72 hours prior to hearing

Yes. Submit in Word format. All Orders Must Be Submitted Via JAWS Hard copies required.

AT A GLANCE SCHEDULING

UMC's Telephonic Hearings 15 and 30 Minute Hearings One Hour Hearings Discovery Docket Setting Trials on JAWS

Yes Appear And Telephonic

Yes, on daily docket with a motion and a proposed order. Motion/Order not needed for the UMC telephonic docket.

Yes Yes Yes Yes. Set on JAWS under PTC date with a Uniform Order Cancellations only by the judge

Circuit Division D is PAPERLESS
Your attorney does not need to bring the court file to the hearings.
Proposed orders must be submitted in Microsoft Word format
through JAWS immediately following the hearing.
THE ONLY EXCEPTION IS THE RESIDENTIAL MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE
FINAL JUDGEMENT PACKAGE.

Before Scheduling Any Hearings, Pre Trials or Trials
First, verify the accuracy and completeness of the service email lists within JAWS (court) AND the e-filing portal (clerk). When scheduling, make sure to fill in the hearing description. Upload into JAWS replaces the practice of providing chambers’ copies. Hearings are conducted in Room 514, Trials in Courtroom 501.

 

APRIL 1, 2014

Notwithstanding anything printed below, counsel need not bring a paper copy of any document filed with the Clerk’s Office on or after April 1, 2014 UNLESS INDICATED OTHERWISE, to hearings. The judge has a separate monitor on which she can view court file documents filed on or after April 1, 2014, during the hearing. This rule does not excuse attorneys from providing on a timely basis (72 Hours in advance) courtesy copies of any materials which the judge needs to review prior to the hearing.

 



PROCEDURES & PREFERENCES FOR GENERAL CIVIL DIVISION D

JUDGE CLAUDIA RICKERT ISOM

Court Seal

 

COUNSEL IS ENCOURAGED TO REVIEW THE THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT ADMINISTRATIVE ORDERS FOR COURT OPERATIONS AND FOR CIVIL PROCEDURES. ADMINISTRATIVE ORDERS COVER SUCH MATTERS AS PROCEDURES APPLICABLE TO THE GENERAL CIVIL DIVISION, MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE, TOBACCO DIVISION, ETC.


**PLEASE NOTE:  ODYSSEY IS NOT JAWS**

Filing a proposed order on Odyssey will not automatically load the proposed order on JAWS. Odyssey is the Clerk of Court’s case management system.  JAWS is the Thirteenth Judicial Circuit’s case management system.  Filing a proposed order/judgment on Odyssey will not automatically load the proposed order/judgment on JAWS.  Filing a notice of your email address with the Clerk of Court will not input your email address into JAWS for purposes of receiving electronically signed orders/judgments or emails from the Court.  JAWS requires emails to be registered on its software for each individual case and for each individual attorney or entity entitled to e-service.

LIVING THE CREED

Attorneys practicing in Civil Division D are expected to exemplify and follow the Florida Bar Creed of Professionalism.

 

THE FLORIDA BAR CREED OF PROFESSIONALISM
ADA & SUBMITTING ORDERS
ADA & NOTICES OF HEARING
CANCELLATIONS
DAILY CALENDAR (SPECIAL SET, ONE CASE PER HEARING TIME)
SPECIAL SET HEARINGS GENERAL GUIDELINES
TELEPHONIC HEARINGS
UNIFORM MOTION CALENDAR (UP TO 12 CASES) NO TESTIMONY OR EVIDENCE MAY BE PRESENTED
MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE
MOTIONS TO COMPEL - REQUEST FOR EX PARTE ORDER
DISCOVERY DOCKET (UP TO 12 CASES) NO TESTIMONY OR EVIDENCE MAY BE PRESENTED
APPROVAL OF MINOR SETTLEMENT HEARINGS
EMERGENCY MOTIONS/REQUESTS FOR EX PARTE CONSIDERATION/REQUESTS FOR EXPEDITED SCHEDULING OF A HEARING
WHEN A HEARING IS NOT REQUIRED
Proposed Ex Parte Order on a Matter Which Does Not Require a Hearing
SUBSTITUTION OF COUNSEL
CONSTRUCTIVE SERVICE–AFFIDAVIT OF DILIGENT SEARCH AND INQUIRY
SCHEDULING AND CONTINUANCES
SCHEDULING JURY AND NONJURY TRIALS  
EXTENSIONS
SERVICE OF PAPERS
WRITTEN SUBMISSIONS TO A COURT, INCLUDING BRIEFS, MEMORANDA, AFFIDAVITS AND DECLARATIONS
COMMUNICATION WITH ADVERSARIES
DEPOSITIONS
DOCUMENT DEMANDS
INTERROGATORIES
MOTION PRACTICE
DEALING WITH NON-PARTY WITNESSES
EX PARTE COMMUNICATIONS WITH THE COURT AND OTHERS
PROHIBITED EX PARTE COMMUNICATION
SETTLEMENT AND ALTERNATIVE DISPUTE RESOLUTION
PRE-TRIAL CONFERENCE
TRIAL CONDUCT AND COURTROOM DECORUM
SPECIAL SET HEARINGS
MATTERS TAKEN UNDER ADVISEMENT
EMERGENCY HEARINGS
PUNITIVE DAMAGES
Q & A FROM BENCH/BAR SURVEY