Most states have court websites with a "civil docket access" link which you can click on and search for your case. Good luck.
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Go to http://www2.miami-dadeclerk.com/public-records/ and search for your case. Good luck
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I'd encourage you to take your questions up with your lawyer rather than feeling like you have to do legwork yourself. That said, your attorney should let you know as important dates in your case arise. Managing that information along with the substantive knowledge is presumably why you retained an attorney so s/he is where you should look for answers.
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