Some Florida courts closed for Hurricane Ian are reopening today
Including those in Miami-Dade, Broward, Indian River, Martin, Palm Beach, and St. Lucie counties, along with all the district courts of appeal, except the Fifth DCA.
The 11th Judicial Circuit and others reopen today, September 30, after closing briefly for Hurricane Ian.
“The Miami-Dade courts and court facilities will reopen Friday and resume regular schedules,” according to an official statement. “Those who may have had hearings postponed due to Tropical Storm Ian should check with the presiding judge in their case to confirm the re-schedule date.”
More information is available at the circuit website: www.jud11.flcourt.org. No further Ian-related updates are anticipated, according to the statement.
Other Florida courts that closed for the hurricane reopening today include those in Broward, Indian River, Martin, Palm Beach, and St. Lucie counties, along with all the district courts of appeal, except the Fifth DCA.
For a complete list of courts still closed and any weather-related emergency orders and storm updates for all of Florida’s courts visit the Supreme Court website.