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Lee County Criminal Court Schedule, Effective 08/09/2021
Lee County Criminal Court Schedule, Effective 10/04/2021

Attention Attorneys - Changes to Lee County Court

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The Twentieth Judicial Circuit, established in 1970, consists of Charlotte, Collier, Glades, Hendry and Lee Counties in beautiful Southwest Florida.

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Court Closure

The Courthouse will be closed on Thursday, November 11 th in observance of Veteran's Day. Court will be back in session on Friday, November 12th

Changes to Lee county Civil/Criminal Court

County Court, in Lee County, is being separated into two divisions: criminal and civil with six criminal judges and three civil judges. These changes will take effect beginning September 8th, 2021. This stems from the Florida Supreme Court directive (AOSC 20-23 Amendment 12 and local AO 1.13) in which Trial Courts are required to implement civil case management procedures in circuit and county court. This includes Small Claims cases in which the rule has been invoked. The Lee County Clerk will begin the migration of the Lee County Civil (CC) cases and appropriate Small Claims (SC) cases on September 3rd, 2021.

For assistance with the G9 docket please contact Judge Mirra's office at (239) 533-2954 or Judge Gill’s office at (239) 533-2677. All orders are to be submitted via the E-Portal by selecting G9.
Click here for a breakdown of the reassignments

Changes to Civil Case Management:

Administrative Order 1.13 (Establishment and Implementation of Civil Case Management Plan) has been amended pursuant to the Supreme Court directive (AOSC 20-23 Amendment 12) in which the Trial Courts are required to implement civil case management procedures in circuit and county court by April 30, 2021.
For more information visit the Civil Case Management page


When e-filing proposed orders or Final Judgments to the Lee County Family Law Judges please include the information below. Be sure to remove the Judge's name and signature line and the Judicial Assistant name and signature line. Proposed orders that are signed by the judge through aiSmartbench automatically include the judges printed name, date and time of signing. Please note the Certificate of Service must be fully completed.

DONE and ORDERED in Chambers, in Lee County, Florida.

Certificate of Service
(Fully completed certificate of service)


Appeals of county court decisions pending before circuit courts and subject to the jurisdiction change will be transferred automatically to the appropriate district court of appeal. Beginning January 1, 2021, parties appealing certain county court decisions will have their appeal heard in the district courts (pursuant to ch. 2020-61, Laws of Fla.). See more detail at KnowYourCourt.org


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