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Florida Appeals Court Decisions: Week of March 15 - 19, 2021

U.S. Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals

Clay v. Comm'r of Int Rev - taxable income
US v. Mayweather - entrapment, Hobbs Act
PDVSA v. Lukoil Pan - standing
St Elien v. All Cnty Envir Servs - FLSA
Sleeth v. Comm'r of Int Rev - taxes, innocent spouse

Florida Supreme Court - Tallahassee

No decisions this week.

First District Court of Appeal - Tallahassee

Odom v. Odom - alimony
Thomas v. State - postconviction relief, jurisdiction pending appeal
Austin v. State - appellate review, rule 3.800(c) ruling
Kirkland v. State - juvenile sentencing
Cobb v. State - probation revocation, sentencing
Gilliam v. State - speedy trial
Ali v. Am Airlines - workers' compensation, costs
Wilkins v. Wilkins - imputed income
Heckerman v. Heckerman - lack of transcript
Scott v. Cent Fla Siding - workers' compensation
Daniels v. State - attempted murder, battery, involuntary intoxication
Castle Key Ins v. Fischer - appraisal, partial coverage
Freeman v. DOH - license revocation, stay pending appeal
Briggs v. Housend - appellate jurisdiction, leave to amend
McArthur v. State - juvenile sentencing
Potter v. Potter - marital dissolution, marriage length
Stokes v. Jones - prohibition, order during stay
Ford v. State - postconviction relief

Second District Court of Appeal - Lakeland

Waichman v. Chaikin - personal jurisdiction, agency
Abdo v. Abdo - civil contempt, imprecise void order
Arizone v. Homeowners Choice - rule 1.442, premature settlement proposal
Edwards v. State - collateral crime evidence
JW v. State - resisting arrest, battery, law enforcement
Lively v. Grandhige - new trial, manifest weight, standard
DCF v. Panno - service of process, public agency

Third District Court of Appeal - Miami

Barbato v. State Farm - motion to compel appraisal
Kratos v. ICD - motion to compel arbitration
Mother v. DCF - termination of parental rights
Parks v. State - postconviction relief
Lucas v. State - postconviction relief
Dial 4 Care v. Brinson - certiorari, medical malpractice
Lloyd's London v. Jimenez - motion to compel appraisal
Griffin v. Sweetwater Police - motion to dismiss, forfeiture
Scott v. State - postconviction relief
Yague v. Viera - certiorari, nonparty subpoena

Fourth District Court of Appeal - West Palm Beach

Rauch Weaver v. Legault - s. 542.335, restrictive covenants, pleading
Fernandez v. Fernandez - marital dissolution
Zurz v. State - competency, hearing
Bezl v. Raymond Office - lease, default for possession
MK v. DCF - termination, parental rights
Rebalko v. Atallah - service of process, waiver
People's Trust v. Pellicer - appraisal, insurance claim, hearing
Foundation Flooring v. Reichard - rehearing, appellate jurisdiction
JM v. DCF - dependency

Fifth District Court of Appeal - Daytona Beach

Berg v. State - corrected opinion; Anders appeal, costs
Zalloum v. Select Portfolio - appellate dismissal, mootness
Juravin v. DCS Real Estate - certiorari, indirect criminal contempt
Harrison v. State - Anders appeal, scrivener's error
Tapp v. State - burglary, competency, sentencing
Louverture v. State - Spencer bar, pro se

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