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Florida Appeals Court Decisions: Week of January 3 - 7, 2022

U.S. Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals

Booker v. Secy, Fla DOC - standing, concurrence, capital counsel
Sosa v. Martin Cty - en banc rehearing, vacating this 1983 ruling
Cowen v. Secy State of Ga - access to ballot
5200 Enterprise v. NY - trespass, property taxes, concurrence
Mutua v. US Atty Gen - appellate jurisdiction, status adjustment
Acheron Capital v. Mukamal - appellate jurisdiction

Florida Supreme Court - Tallahassee

In re Fla R App P 9.143 - new rule, Marsy's Law
In re Fla R App P 9.130 - punitive damages interlocutory review
Walker v. State - conflict jurisdiction defined

First District Court of Appeal - Tallahassee

NF v. DCF - parental rights, termination
JRPW v. State - appellate jurisdiction, tolling, mootness
U of Fla v. Yelton - certiorari, presuit corroboration, certified conflict

Second District Court of Appeal - Lakeland

SP v. State - search and seizure
Goff v. Goff - marital dissolution, confessed error
Robinson Helicopter v. Est of Gangapersaud - personal jurisdiction, nonresident tort
Sunderwirth v. Sunderwirth - child support, in-kind income, competent evidence
Rondell v. Ramano - dangerous instrumentality, beneficial ownership
Anglin v. State - probation revocation
Maddox v. Trombetta - settlement proposal, plaintiff's costs
Johnson v. Williams - appellate jurisdiction
Strober v. Harris - stalking injunction, nonresident, personal jurisdiction
Buzby v. Turtle Rock CA - attorney witness, expert fee

Third District Court of Appeal - Miami

Verde v. HSBC Bank - attorney's fees, contract action, lack of standing
Allen v. State - competency
Gutierrez v. De Leon - past medical expenses, manifest weight
GG Inv v. S Bch Resort Dev - commercial dispute, fraud, damages
Lerner v. Halegua - bench trial, damages, accounting
Watson v. State - summary affirmance
Bank of NY v. Bontoux - certiorari, discovery, magistrate, exceptions
Copeland v. State - sentencing
Meruelo v. Meruelo - certiorari, stay denial

Fourth District Court of Appeal - West Palm Beach

Carbaugh v. State - trial transcript
JL Prop v. Schnurr - Fabre, future medical expenses
Carey v. State - oral pronouncement, written ruling
Narvaez v. State - sentencing, battery
FDOT v. Lauderdale Boat Yard - riparian rights
Palm Court v. Dowe - arbitration
Firtell v. USAA - insurance, bad faith
State v. PCL - restitution
Kellerman v. Bd of Trustees - standing, dismissal
Sanchez v. State - sentencing, costs
Jenkins v. State - sentencing, costs, probation
Graves v. State - appellate jurisdiction
Kovic v. Kovic - dissolution, contempt, fees
Expert Insp v. United Prop & Caus - insurance, pre-suit payments
Perdue v. State - sentencing, costs
Shahgodary v. State - unanimous jury verdict
Pounds v. Miller & Jacobs - settlement proceeds
Bess v. State - involuntary commitment
KA v. DCF - certification, parental interests
MJG v. Graves - termination of parental rights
Merli v. Merli - probate, spousal rights

Fifth District Court of Appeal - Daytona Beach

Romero v. Fields Motorcars - summary judgment, dangerous instrumentality
Redmon v. State - Anders appeal, costs

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