Requirements and Information
August 12, 2022
All zoom credentials are specific to the day of the hearing. Please email the judicial assistant with the date and time of your hearing and you will receive a response with Zoom credentials for your specific hearing date and time.
The scheduling attorney must provide the judge’s office with a courtesy copy of the notice of hearing as well as a copy of the motion being scheduled for hearing. Notices and Motions under a total of 15 pages may be emailed to the judicial assistant. These documents should be furnished to the judicial assistant at least 5 days prior to the date of the hearing. Notices of cancellation of hearing should be filed with the Clerk of the Court, and a copy emailed to Anita as soon as possible.
No telephonic hearings will be allowed in the criminal division without prior approval by Judge Hall or his assistant Anita. Zoom/Telephonic hearings for CIVIL cases are permitted without motion and order. If all parties are unable to appear by Zoom, they may appear via telephone. The parties must conference together and then call the Court at 863-993-4644.
No later than one week prior to hearing date, it is required that scheduling attorney furnish the judge with copies of:
If the parties have an agreed/stipulated order, the order may be emailed to the judicial assistant. If the parties have not agreed on the order both sides may submit their own proposed orders to the judicial assistant. Please indicate in the email that the orders were not agreed upon.
If the parties have an agreed/stipulated order, the order may be e-filed through the portal. If the parties have not agreed on the order both sides may submit their own proposed orders to the judicial assistant. Please indicate in the email that the orders were not agreed upon.
Must be submitted directly to the judge, along with a cover letter. After review, the judge will determine if hearing is required.
Requests for emergency hearing time must submitted to the judge in writing with a copy of the motion. After review, the judge will determine if hearing time is required.
Hearings of more than 60 minutes must be scheduled through the judicial assistant.
The scheduling of all criminal motions shall be done through the judicial assistant.