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Florida Appeals Court Decisions: Week of June 28 - July 2, 2021

U.S. Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals

Repro Health Serv v. Bailey - abortion, parental consent
Fisher v. PNC Bank - diversity jurisdiction, probate; standing
Rensel v. Centra Tech - class action, securities, timely motion

Florida Supreme Court - Tallahassee

Cruz v. State - capital case, direct appeal

First District Court of Appeal - Tallahassee

Baker v. State - double jeopardy
Tanner v. Tanner - marital dissolution, alimony, distribution
Paletti v. Cromer - appellate briefing standard
Morais v. Inch - pro se sanctions
Nuckles v. State - habeas corpus
Wallace v. DACS - confession of error
ANS v. AG - certiorari, summary judgment
Jones v. Healthcare - workers' compensation
Gartner v. Rev Mort Sol - foreclosure, fees
N Hannoush Jewelers v. Bly - workers' compensation
Grunewald v. Portfolio Recovery - certiorari, fees
Cato v. State - plea withdrawal
Carolina Cas ins v. Spicer - coverage, contract breach exclusion
Parker v. State - pro se sanctions
Branch v. State - sentencing
Colville v. State - pro se sanctions
Partee v. State - scrivener's error
Shepard v. State - judicial notice motion, other appeal
Martin v. State - scrivener's error
Jones v. Riley - certiorari, punitive damages
Jefferies v. State - appellate jurisdiction
Dolansky v. State - habeas corpus
Allen v. State - habeas corpus

Second District Court of Appeal - Lakeland

Ward v. State - sentencing
Leonard-Boyce v. In re Winkle - guardian, fees
Nelson v. J Miller Inv - venue
Robinson v. State - postconviction relief
AV v. TLL - timesharing, telephonic testimony, child support
LES v. State - public defender fee
Am Home v. Sebo - certiorari, discovery, bad faith action
Myers v. State - postconviction relief

Third District Court of Appeal - Miami

Tomlinson v. State - postconviction relief
SG v. Complimenti - bench trial, unlicensed contractor
Done and Done v. One Payment - arbitration
Petkovich v. Sandy Point Condo Assn - certiorari, lis pendens
Tormo v. Rosa - injunctive relief, bond

Fourth District Court of Appeal - West Palm Beach

Ghent v. HSBC - attorneys' fees, foreclosure
RJ Reynolds v. Mahfuz - closing argument, new trial
Petit v. State - Miranda
Caddy v. Robinson - injunction, domestic violence
UN2JC Air 1 v. Whittington - conversion, independent tort
Ditanna v. Edwards - injunction, domestic violence
EAC v. State - Maryland analysis
Javan v. Seawinds S Condo Assn - arbitration
State Farm v. Baum Chiro - leave to amend
Cert Priority Restoration v. Citizens - emergency measures
State Farm v. Global Neuro - leave to amend
Garrison P&C Ins v. Aventura Ortho Ctr - request for information
Conklin v. Perez - attorneys' fees, paternity
Barrack v. Barrack - parenting plan

Fifth District Court of Appeal - Daytona Beach

Klokow v. Klokow- alimony, modification, fees
Piccinini v. Waxer - rehearing, paternity, fees
Rahaim v. DOC- venue, appellate jurisdiction
United Auto Ins v. AFO Imaging - PIP benefits; § 627.736(4)(b), (i)
Gordon v. DOS of Crystal River - compel arbitration
Vaughan v. State- sentence, habitual felony offender
Miller v. State- postconviction relief
Martin v. State - Spencer bar, pro se
Grosvenor v. State - sentence, scrivener's errors
Wilmot v. State - Spencer warning, pro se

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