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Florida Appeals Court Decisions: Week of May 10 - 14, 2021

U.S. Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals

Blanc v. US AG - appellate jurisdiction, removal, dissent
Buckwalter v. Comm Soc Sec - disability benefits
US v. Dominguez - sentence enhancement, sexual activity
US v. Edwards - First Step Act, sentence reduction

Florida Supreme Court - Tallahassee

Boyd v. State - capital case, postconviction relief
In re Judge Cupp - judicial discipline
In re R Reg Fla Bar - amended bar rules

First District Court of Appeal - Tallahassee

Reuschel v. Reuschel - dissolution, attorney conflict
Shropshire v. State - appellate jurisdiction
Burns v. State - prohibition, nature of action
Warren v. State - double jeopardy
Bagley v. State - prior consistent statement
Jacksonville v. Boman - presuit notice, wrong defendant
Jones v. Harrison - habeas corpus
Amiot v. Olmstead - timesharing
Moody v. Moody - child support, income calculations
Snead v. Angeles-Maya - certiorari, discovery
Koop v. Miami Shores - PERC, veterans' preference

Second District Court of Appeal - Lakeland

Refaie v. Bayview Loan Serv - foreclosure sale, surplus
Melton v. State - drug possession, evidence
Hilbrands v. Hilbrands - child support
Alqawasmeh v. State - inmate placement, judicial interference
In re Doe - abortion, judicial waiver
Harris v. State - probation revocation
Bosco v. Global Props - amending pleadings, commercial claims
Soknoh Partners v. Audio Visions S - quiet title, easement, notice
Century Nat'l Ins v. Frantz - personal jurisdiction, waiver
Bedwell v. Bedwell - child support, alimony, successor judge
Am Coastal Ins v. San Marco Villas - insurance, appraisal, certified conflict
Coyne v. State - pca after rehearing

Third District Court of Appeal - Miami

Blake v. American Sales - rehearing, written opinion, indemnification
People's Trust v. Santos - summary judgment, contract, repair damages
O'Neal v. Darling - successor judge, attorney's fees
COFISA v. BNPP - Nicaraguan law, breach of contract, CDs
Brannon v. State - Melbourne challenge
Castellanos v. Reverse Mortgage - attorney's fees
Delgado v. Delgado - order on exceptions, laches, child support, trust
United Auto v. Professional - attorney's fees, evidentiary hearing
Ducote v. Riacho - certiorari, nonparty subpoena
Francois v. State - prohibition, speedy trial
Bentley Condo v. Bennett - certiorari, hearing, motion to amend
Sanchez v. Saenz - injunction, due process

Fourth District Court of Appeal - West Palm Beach

Lovelace v. G4S - sovereign immunity
Edwards v. Safepoint - insurance, proof of loss
Geico v. Walker - insurance, ambiguity
NJP v. State - delinquency
Maldonado v. State - postconviction relief
Valls v. HSBC Bank - foreclosure, objection to sale
Miracle Chiropractic v. 21st Century - insurance, venue, affidavit
Public Defender v. State - substitution of counsel, capacity
Moon v. State - Richardson hearing, harmless error
Stern v. DBPR - real estate license, revocation, antitrust

Fifth District Court of Appeal - Daytona Beach

Dusan v. State - DUI, forced blood draw
Pelecki v. Fed Nat Ins - proposal for settlement, fees
Sola v. Markel- dismissal; breach of fiduciary duty, declaratory relief
Piccinini v. Waxer - paternity, timesharing, imputed income
Am Patriot v. Skip Jack - forum selection clause
Mackey v. State - special concurrence, withholding adjudication of guilt
TV v. DCF - termination of parental rights
Simmons v. State - Spencer warning, pro se

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