M.C. Blanchard Judicial Building
190 Governmental Center
Pensacola, FL 32502
Judicial Assistant Email: email@example.com
Instructions for Scheduling Hearings:
Any issue to be considered by Judge Nobles should be presented in the form of a motion filed with the Clerk of Court with copies provided to all parties of record. It is the responsibility of the moving party to set the motion for hearing. To request a hearing, the requesting party should email a copy of the filed motion to the judicial assistant (copying all parties). The requesting party should also include the amount of time requested and any other parameters that should be considered. Dates will then be provided. For criminal hearings, the requesting party should include whether the defendant is in custody or out of custody. Any memoranda, case law, or other documents that parties wish Judge Nobles to consider prior to a hearing should be e-mailed or otherwise delivered at least 48 hours before the hearing. Copies should be provided to all parties in the matter. If a party is submitting a memorandum that cites case law, all cases cited should be provided to the judge. If you have questions about any of the above information, please contact our office.
Instructions for Submitting Proposed Orders
- Submit all proposed orders in Word Format to the Florida e-Filing Portal pursuant to Administrative Directive ECAD 2021-03.
- Title proposed orders as follows: Name Case # Title of Order. Please follow this example: Smith 2024 CF 671 Order Granting Continuance.
- All orders are now date stamped below the judge’s electronic signature, so a fill-in date line is no longer needed in the “Done and Ordered” line. Please follow this example: DONE AND ORDERED in Chambers at Pensacola, Escambia County, Florida.
- Submitting Motions for Continuance for Docket Day must be filed by the Thursday prior to the hearing. Proposed Orders submitted after that day, may not be granted.