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Under T.R. 53.2, if a judge takes a cause tried to the court under advisement and fails to determine any issue of law or fact within ninety (90) days of the submission of all pending matters, the case may be withdrawn from the judge.
Any party may file a response to a motion; Rule 27(a)(2) governs its contents. The response must be filed within 10 days after service of the motion unless the court shortens or extends the time.
A motion is an application to the court made by the prosecutor or defense attorney, requesting that the court make a decision on a certain issue before the trial begins. The motion can affect the trial, courtroom, defendants, evidence, or testimony. Only judges decide the outcome of motions.
A Response or Reply to the Opposing Partys Pleadings is your answer to the opposing partys document filed with the Court. A Response is the initial answering document to a motion while a Reply is the Response filed to a Response.
An answer to a motion in a civil action is made up of a set of documents, including: Answer Brief to Motion; Affidavit in Support of Answer Brief; Other Supporting Documents; and Notice of Hearing on Motion (if the opposing party requests a hearing).

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Understand Judicial Attention Spans: Be Certain Your Brief and Arguments Tell the Story. Employ Innocence by Association. Avoid Red Flag Clues for the Judicial Reader. Avoid Ad Hominem Attacks and Language. Argue to Win. Never Squander Credibility.
When must a defendant respond to the complaint? In Florida, unless a different time is prescribed by statute, a defendant must serve an answer within either: 20 days after service of original process and the initial pleading (typically a complaint). The date fixed in a notice by publication.
Filing a response is an important first step for any defendant in a civil lawsuit. By filing a response, you establish that you are contesting the case and requiring the plaintiff to prove their case at trial in order to win.
How do I answer the complaint? Read the summons and make sure you know the date you must answer by. Read the complaint carefully. Write your answer. Sign and date the answer. Make copies for the plaintiff and yourself. Mail a copy to the plaintiff. File your answer with the court by the date on the summons.
A Response will address the Motion and provide the partys position on the points raised in the Motion. This can include a rebuttal to issues of fact or law raised in the Motion. A Reply will address the points raised in the Response and provide the partys position on the points raised in the Response.

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