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Florida Appeals Court Decisions: Week of November 1 - 5, 2021

U.S. Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals

VHV Jewelers v. Wolf - APA review
Reynolds v. ServisFirst Bank - mootness, concurrence
Belevich v. Thomas - immigration
US v. Ramirez - sentencing, terrorism
Pupo v. SSA - SSI
FTC v. On Point Capital Partners - equitable relief powers

Florida Supreme Court - Tallahassee

In re Fla Probate R - amended rules
In re Fla R Juv P - amended form

First District Court of Appeal - Tallahassee

Schluck v. State - evidence, victim recording, hearsay
Segura v. State - murder, evidence
Moore v. State - sentencing
First Fidelity v. Shelter Cove CA - attorney disqualification
1000 Friends v. Eagle - development order, comprehensive plan, proper defendant
State v. Kunkemoeller - sentencing
Floyd v. Laramore - mandamus, public defender
Master Collision v. Waller - employment, termination, agreement
AB v. State - delinquency
Williams v. State - pro se sanctions

Second District Court of Appeal - Lakeland

Roodbergen v. State - sentencing
Spencer v. State - sentencing
Travel Ins Facilities v. Naples Comm'y Hosp - personal jurisdiction
Will v. State - scrivener's error
Schmoker v. Schmoker - marital dissolution, jurisdiction
Gillespie v. Minning - imputed income
Fernald v. Judd - habeas corpus, mootness

Third District Court of Appeal - Miami

Joli v. Hannon - elections, qualifications, standing
Lucas v. State - evidence, sentencing
Amerigas Propane v. Sanchez - non-compete, non-solicitation, injunction
Jesser v. Beckell - rule 1.540
Evans v. State - sentencing
State Farm v. Mancusi - appellate jurisdiction, timeliness
Diaz v. Junior - habeas corpus, bond

Fourth District Court of Appeal - West Palm Beach

Ehlert v. Castro - proposal for settlement, ambiguity
Dias v. Universal Prop & Caus - insurance, post-loss conditions
Kennedy v. Kennedy - dissolution, temporary relief
Dewees v. Johnson - arbitration, nexus
Walding v. State - postconviction relief
Weintraub v. State - postconviction relief

Fifth District Court of Appeal - Daytona Beach

Stone v. Kubasky - fees, law of the case, successive appeals
Perez v. Perez - alimony
CTCW Club v. CED Capital - special concurrence; initial brief, failure to raise
Kidwell Grp v. First Liberty Ins - summary judgment, insufficient record
State v. Abache - suppression, Miranda rights, DUI
Booth v. State - postconviction relief
Diresta v. State - sentence
Jenkins v. Silver Pines - special concurrence; foreclosure, pro se

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