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Florida Appeals Court Decisions: Week of February 22 - 26, 2021

U.S. Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals

Clark v. Ala DOC - habeas
Griffin v. Coca-Cola - ERISA
Griffin v. Delta - ERISA
Reynolds v. Behrman Cap - jurisdiction
PBT Real Estate v. Palm Bch - due process, equal protection
US v. Abovyan - healthcare fraud
US v. Harris - compassionate release
Johnson v. White - FTCA
USA v. Goldstein - securities fraud, wiretaps, variance, forfeiture

Florida Supreme Court - Tallahassee

Emerson v. Hillsborough Cnty - charter, transportation tax, validity

First District Court of Appeal - Tallahassee

Roberts v. State - constructive possession
Holland v. State - sentencing
Dickerson v. State - postconviction relief
Gates v. State - represented pro se
State Farm v. Nordin - appraisal
Bell v. State - sentencing
D'Amico v. Connor - postconviction relief
Bradham v. State - appellate jurisdiction
Allotey v. State - pro se sanctions
Malone v. State - postconviction relief
SVI Trust v. Williams Walk CA - foreclosure, damages
Hamblen v. Pilot Trav Ctrs - "final judgment," Wrongful Death Act
Moore v. State - competency, rape shield, Williams rule, child hearsay
Mack v. State - sentencing
Kline v. Pub Def - mandamus, prerequisites
Moynihan v. State - habeas corpus
Stanton v. State - pro se sanctions
Cato v. State - postconviction relief
Reiblich v. Inch - postconviction relief
Rotella v. State - represented pro se

Second District Court of Appeal - Lakeland

Vonlydick v. State - search and seizure
5F v. Hawthorne - trespass, submerged land, dock
Demakis v. SunTrust - foreclosure, authentication
Aldamas-Gonzales v. State - probation revocation
McGee v. State - pro se sanctions
Robinson v. Sec 23 Prop OA - appellate jurisdiction

Third District Court of Appeal - Miami

Symonette v. State - self-representation, evidence
State v. Marin - evidence, audible recording
People's Trust v. Fernandez - insurance, appraisal
Gonzales v. Ferco - pleadings, dismissal
Phelps v. State - habeas corpus
Miami-Dade Sch Bd v. Miami Beach - sovereign immunity
Buysmart Ins v. Chirinos - certiorari, protective order
Shir Law v. Carnevale - temporary injunction
Rivera v. State Farm - demand letter, summary judgment

Fourth District Court of Appeal - West Palm Beach

Daniels v. State - DNA software
Parrish v. State - kidnapping
Zaleski v. State Farm - insurance, bad faith
Academy for Positive Learning v. Palm Beach Sch Bd - charter schools, revenue sharing
Am Integrity v. Branford - proposal for settlement
Lacey v. State - restitution, probation
Rocque v. State - contempt, hearing

Fifth District Court of Appeal - Daytona Beach

Massey Srvcs v. Sanders - non-compete, non-solicitation, non-disclosure
Precon v. Arch Insurance - statute of limitations, § 255.05(10)
Lewis v. State - Spencer warning, pro se

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