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Florida Appeals Court Decisions: Week of November 29 - December 3, 2021

U.S. Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals

Davis v. Legal Servs Ala - employment, racial discrimination
Blackburn v. Shire US - products liability, warning, certified questions, Alabama

Florida Supreme Court - Tallahassee

Davis v. State - sentencing, remorse
In re Parenting Coordinators - amended rules
In re Fla Fam Law R Pro - amended rule
Martin v. Dixon - pro se sanctions

First District Court of Appeal - Tallahassee

Lynch v. FDLE - firearm purchase
Stancil v. State - sentencing
Ranger Constr v. Brand - workers’ compensation
Kitt v. State - postconviction relief
Jones v. State - untimely appeal
Bullard v. State - postconviction relief
Matson v. State - certiorari, gain-time

Second District Court of Appeal - Lakeland

Vandawalker v. State - sentencing
Dean v. Bevis - Second Amendment, legislative request
Kovar Law Grp v. Benchmark Consult - charging lien, collateral estoppel
Am Coastal Ins v. S Seas E CA - certified conflict, insurance appraisal

Third District Court of Appeal - Miami

Wright v. State - jury selection
Alvarez v. Jimenez -  custody, fees
Ramos v. Halpern - trusts, bond, pleading amendment
Human Rights Def v. Armor Corr Health - public records
McGuire v. Boscan - domestic violence injunction
Jain v. Buchanon Ingersoll - fee-shifting, indemnified party
Save Grove Isle v. Miami - remedies exhaustion
Lopez v. Am Sales & Mgmt - appellate jurisdiction, advancing fees
KD Constr v. MDM Retail - construction, lien foreclosure, § 713.10
Gen Contr v. Heritage P&C - insurance, standing, assignment of benefits
Pride Clean Restor v. Lloyd’s - insurance, mold, breach
Contreras v. Contreras - divorce, jurisdiction, property
ESJ JI v. PJGWI - certiorari, financial records
Cocoplum v. Coral Gables - second-tier certiorari, standards
McNorton v. State - jail credit
Millan Law Firm v. Zambrano - certiorari, attorney-client privilege
Hernandez v. Junior - habeas corpus
Gonzalez v. State - postconviction relief
Pearson v. Pearson - certiorari, mental exam
Valdes v. Deutsche Bank - summary affirmance, show cause
Winn-Dixie v. Lopez - certiorari, discovery, incident report

Fourth District Court of Appeal - West Palm Beach

Gibson v. Siskind - appellate jurisdiction
Sanders v. State - sentencing
McGregor v. Fowler White - proceeding supplementary, time limitations
Citizens v. JD Restoration - damages, hearing
Wiener v. Golex Props - dismissal, amendment
Am Coastal Ins v. Hanson’s Landing - appraisal
Charles v. State - postconviction relief

Fifth District Court of Appeal - Daytona Beach

Colon v. Stillwater Prop Ins - prejudgment interest, rate, date of entitlement
Willey v. Stillman - civil contempt, indirect criminal contempt, witness
Middleton v. Middleton - dissolution, alimony, modification
Slanker v. State - Anders, error, remand
Flowers v. Flowers - special concurrence; lack of transcript  
Ferreira v. State - withdraw plea, evidentiary hearing
Borders v. State - postconviction relief
Haynes v. State - restitution, substantial evidence
Murry v. Honda of Ocala - civil rights complaint, jurisdiction
Mirino v. State - postconviction relief
Lindberg v. Assam - Spencer bar, pro se

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