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Florida Appeals Court Decisions: Week of April 26 - 30, 2021

U.S. Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals

Raheem v. Warden - ineffective assistance of counsel
Fisher v. US - premise liability
Losch v. Experian - FCRA
US v. Riley - sentencing
US v. Pacheo-Romero - attorney fees
Salinero v. Johnson & Johnson - products liability, learned intermediary doctrine
Paresky v. US - jurisdiction, taxes, overpayment interest

Florida Supreme Court - Tallahassee

In re Fla R Civ P 1.510 - new summary judgment rule
CN v. IGC - timesharing, modification, concrete steps

First District Court of Appeal - Tallahassee

Haim v. State - identification, prejudicial evidence, sentencing
Louis v. State - lesser-included offenses, instructions
Strickland v. State Farm - summary judgment, mootness, apportionment
Bracht v. State - return of property
Ferguson v. State - postconviction relief
Abney v. State - postconviction relief
Scott v. DeSantis - election, ballot, mootness
Stokes v. Jones - prohibition, trust accounting, discovery
Davenport v. State - sentencing
Gibbs v. Gibbs - alimony modification, contempt
Houk v. State - double jeopardy
Seadler v. Marina Bay CA - jury selection
Seadler v. Marina Bay CA - § 768.79, appellate attorney's fees
Martinez v. State - postconviction relief
Turem v. DOC - appellate jurisdiction

Second District Court of Appeal - Lakeland

AH v. AB - child support, findings
JGJ v. JH - timesharing, contempt
Carnes v. State - sentencing
Stern v. US Bank - appellate jurisdiction
Idelson v. Carmer - parenting plan, modification, findings
Terrell v. State - jail credit
Hastings v. State - jail credit
Bean v. Response Ins - rehearing PCA
Fountain v. State - sexual abuse, prior inconsistent statement

Third District Court of Appeal - Miami

Royal Caribbean v. Spearman - final judgment, expert, remittur
Gregorian International v. Thormahlen - forum non conveniens
Priority Medical v. Allstate - summary judgment
Maxzak v. Walgreen - summary judgment, counterevidence
Advanced Physical Therapy v. Camrac - settlement proposal, fee cap
Casa Del Mar v. Key Biscayne Fire Rescue - certiorari, procedural due process
Barak v. ACS - sanctions
Geico v. Finlay - summary judgment
Nunez v. Aviv Air - summary judgment, commercial lease
Cruz v. Neely - probate, distribution order, standing

Fourth District Court of Appeal - West Palm Beach

Stewart v. State - plea withdrawal
Marchelos v. Adao - civil usury
Martinez v. State - restitution, theft
Emanuel v. Costco - consortium claim, costs
Thane v. Rose Acceptance - foreclosure, service, waiver
State v. Cremers - prosecution, costs
Coffy v. Coffy - child support, mediation agreement
Moncadagonzalez v. State - sentencing
Raja v. State - double jeopardy, merger, single homicide
Valby v. Valby - alimony, duration
Castro v. People's Trust Ins - insurance, s. 627.7011, repair
Villalba v. Villalba - timesharing, child support
Margate v. New Urban - sovereign immunity, land use
Sirgutz v. Sirgutz - Antenuptial Agreement, alimony, NY law
Coffield v. State - new charge, adversary preliminary hearing
Jing v. State - misdemeanor presence, resisting arrest
Quest v. Haynie - default, excusable neglect
Lake Pointe v. Coleman - status conference, dismissal, notice

Fifth District Court of Appeal - Daytona Beach

Velez v. Lafontaine - contempt; child timesharing, support

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