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

U.S. Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals

Jackson v. Le Centre of Fourth LLC - bankruptcy, due process
Anderson v. Wilco Life Ins. Co.- Life insurance, policy interpretation
Charles v. Johnson - excessive force
State Farm v. Carapella - bankruptcy stay
Hunstein v. Preferred Collection & Mgmt - en banc, standing
Jathursan v. US AG - removal, Convention Against Torture
Callahan v. United Network for Organ Sharing - Access to judicial records
Johnson v. City of Miami Beach - excessive force

Florida Supreme Court - Tallahassee

Sheffield v. RJ Reynolds - punitive damages, Engle progeny
In re Fla R GPJA - amended rule
Fla Bar v. James - bar discipline
Robinson v. State - § 322.34(5), statutory construction

First District Court of Appeal - Tallahassee

Wallace v. State - double jeopardy
Univ Med Inv v. Mike Rollison Fence - default, damages, contract, ambiguity
Andreatta v. Brown - certiorari, privilege log, waiver
Charles v. DOH - administrative procedure, informal hearing, factual dispute
Bailey v. Brinson - settlement proposal, judgment obtained
Reynolds v. Reynolds - custody, time-sharing
Ragan v. State - sentencing
Howliet v. State - sentencing
Addison v. State - certiorari, competency exam
Walker v. State - represented pro se defendant
Bass v. State - represented pro se defendant
Manning v. State - represented pro se defendant

Second District Court of Appeal - Lakeland

McDaniel v. State - probation revocation
Guzman v. State - post-conviction relief
Gordon v. State - involuntary commitment, nonjury trial
Largo Med Cntr v. Kowalski - hospital privileges, attorney's fees
Harby v. Harby - marital dissolution, alimony, child support
Williams v. State - evidence, breathalyzer
Katz v. Eastwood Pines - attorney's fees award
Pescod v. Irvin - timesharing, GAL report, mootness
Gambrel v. Sampson - mandamus, arbitration award

Third District Court of Appeal - Miami

OneWest Bank v. Leek-Tannenbaum - foreclosure
Toiran v. State - Stand Your Ground
JPMorgan Chase v. llovet - certiorari, nonparty discovery
Perdomo v. State - criminal conspiracy, evidence
XB v. State - delinquency, trespass
United Auto v. Presgar Imaging - PIP benefits
DSLRPros v. Lalo - loan, pledge, guaranty
Tien v. In re Tien - will, probate, dismissal
IMC Hosp v. Ledford - certiorari, discovery, work product
Stroud v. State - sentencing
Adkins v. Sotolongo - appendix; certiorari, depositions

Fourth District Court of Appeal - West Palm Beach

Dabbs v. State - peremptory strike, disqualification
Whittaker v. Whittaker - dissolution, equitable distribution
Heslope v. Univ Prop & Caus - proof of loss, question of fact
Williams-Paris v. Joseph - probate, prenuptial agreement
Flooring Depot v. Wurtzebach - damages, piercing corporate veil
Jeda v. Gerasci - mootness, judicial intervention
Hobe-St Lucie Cons v. Martin County - special assessments
Inspired Prods v. Inspired Dev - proposal for settlement, costs
State Farm v. Palmetto Lakes - expert affidavit, striking
Covington v. State Farm - insurable interest
Maldonado v. State - sentencing

Fifth District Court of Appeal - Daytona Beach

Prush v. State - molestation, uncharged acts
Bridger v. State - probation, violation, affidavit
Mediate v. State - postconviction relief, prohibition

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