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Florida Appeals Court Decisions: Week of January 7 - 11, 2019

U.S. Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals

Aaron Pvt Clinic Mgmt v. Berry - mootness, standing
US v. Campbell - search and seizure
Solomon v. US - sentencing

Florida Supreme Court - Tallahassee

Allen v. State - capital case, postconviction relief
Thompson v. State - capital case, postconviction relief

First District Court of Appeal - Tallahassee

Barber v. State - double jeopardy
Denson v. State - postconviction relief
Mielke v. Deutsche Bank - foreclosure, lost note, limitations period
State v. Pate - employment, retaliation, cat’s paw liability
Cairns v. State - child support
Bolden v. Bolden - equitable distribution
Wall v. State - hearsay
Foster v. State - postconviction relief
Aviles-Manfredy v. State - Stand Your Ground, certified conflict
Vinson v. Vinson - dissolution, timesharing, contempt, distribution
Sweet v. Tucker - post-recusal order
Taylor v. State - trial court jurisdiction pending appeal
First Student v. Williams - certiorari, discovery

Second District Court of Appeal - Lakeland

Freeman v. State - double jeopardy

Third District Court of Appeal - Miami

Tally v. State - emotional displays, impaired observation instruction, closing
Cendan v. State - postconviction relief
Pinnacle CA v. Haney - class certification
MW v. State - judicial impartiality
Calafell v. State - jail credit

Fourth District Court of Appeal - West Palm Beach

State v. Wesby - sentencing
State v. West - sentencing
Johnson v. State - sentencing, scoresheet errors
Stickney v. State - sentencing, probation
Sol v. State - sentencing, burglary
State v. Serfrere - Brady, prejudice
Ortiz v. State - acquitted conduct
Bean v. State - sentencing, costs
Alexander v. Kalitan - post-judgment interest
Machin v. State - competency
McKinley v. State - self representation
DFS v. Barnett - certified question, sovereign immunity cap
Clark v. State - authentication, harmless error
Paul v. State - sentencing
EG v. State - predisposition report
Clarke v. Stofft - dissolution, decision-making authority
Kendall v. State - Anders
Perry v. State - sentencing
Hadassah v. Melcer - qualified beneficiaries
State v. Sephes - circumstantial evidence
Recovery Racing v. Maserati - fairness hearing, franchise agreement
Compere v. State - allocution
Chetu v. KO Gaming - discovery, financial information
Goodstein v. Goodstein - restricted depository

Fifth District Court of Appeal - Daytona Beach

Griffitts v. Griffitts - dissolution, permanent alimony, child support
DHSMV v. Morrical - second-tier certiorari, driving suspension
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