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Florida Appeals Court Decisions: Week of November 28 - December 2, 2022

U.S. Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals

Trump v. USA - search and seizure, President Trump
Baxter v. Roberts - § 1983, search and seizure
Wilson v. DOC - VA benefits, seizure, qualified immunity
MGFB Props v. 495 Prods - Lanham Act, First Amendment, Floribama

Florida Supreme Court - Tallahassee

Stewart v. Dixon - pro se sanctions

First District Court of Appeal - Tallahassee

Beehler v. Beehler - child custody, relocation, jurisdiction
Utah Power Sys v. Big Dog - conversion, civil theft, default
Hranek v. State - postconviction relief
B&A Gourmet Foods v. Mor-Abreu - workers’ compensation
Bodiford v. DBPR - construction recovery, administrative review
Fla Springs Council v. Suwannee River WMD - water permit, administrative review
Acord v. State - probation revocation
Johnson v. State - trial exhibits, demonstrative materials
Tallahassee Corp Cntr v. DMS - state agency lease, legislative appropriation
Hallandale v. Casey - workers’ compensation
Barr v. State - sentencing
Kellenberger v. Wal-Mart - scope of cross, impeachment
Hallman v. State - probation revocation
Rollo v. State - entrapment
Bosshardt v. Drotos - certiorari, SLAPP suit
Duffy v. State - child hearsay, sexual battery
State v. Wagner - postconviction relief
Tuscan River v. US Bank - service of process
James v. Highland Lakes - foreclosure, redemption, court deposit
Miles v. State - ineffective assistance, appellate counsel

Second District Court of Appeal - Lakeland

Stephens v. State - sexual battery, evidence
Jefferson v. State - postconviction relief
Gillis v. Jackson Shores - townhome association, fines
Douglas v. State - probation revocation
Freeman v. Berrin - temporary injunction, land trust
Marley v. State - sentencing
Conservancy v. Collier - comprehensive plan, development order, certified conflict
Medicability v. Blue Hill Buffalo - res judicata
Laura’s Learning v. DCF - child care license, administrative review
Jamieson v. Ft Myers Bch - real property, taking, Bert Harris Act
GW v. DCF - Medicaid benefits, administrative review
Higgins v. Higgins - marital dissolution, continuance
Yentes v. Papadopoulos - judgment on pleadings, medical malpractice
Van Sant Law v. Air Isaac - § 57.105, findings
Mikler v. Mikler - alimony
Statewide GAL v. TM -  dependency
Hearn v. Hearn - equitable distribution
CDF v. DR - parental rights, termination
Rogers v. Rogers - equitable distribution
Lee v. Lee - marital dissolution
Chapper v. State - obstruction without violence
Hill v. State - Nelson hearing, sex offender, sentencing
Pierce v. State - sentencing
State v. Jesus - postconviction relief
McClash v. Urschel - amending pleadings
Allyn v. Allyn - parenting plan, supplemental judgment
Gratkowski v. Preferred Ins - insurance, appraisal
Thompson v. State - double jeopardy
Neer v. State - discovery sanctions
Meinecke v. State - trespass, school zone, constitutional challenges
State v. Hall - sentencing
Lee v. Lee - marital dissolution
Hicks v. State - postconviction relief
Thomas v. State - en banc, postconviction relief
Gulf Coast v. KOS Corp - temporary injunction, commercial dispute
Bell Transp v. In re Forf of Truck - forfeiture
Bennett v. State - postconviction relief
Marlette v. Carullo - temporary injunction, real property
Fernandez v. State - postconviction relief
Murphy v. State - prohibition, speedy trial

Third District Court of Appeal - Miami

Diasolwa v. Burneikis - appellate jurisdiction, amended judgment
Carballo v. State - postconviction relief
Levy v. Levy - attorney disqualification
Trinity Fin Servs v. Blanco - quiet title, judgment on pleadings
Assurance Grp v. Sec Premium Fin - certiorari, corporate representative deposition
Lopez v. State - post-trial release

Fourth District Court of Appeal - West Palm Beach

United Auto v. Chironex - insurance, reimbursement
Girard v. Girard - alimony, change in circumstances
Bennett v. State - forensic reports, hearsay

Fifth District Court of Appeal - Daytona Beach

JW v. RW - Marchman Act, required testimony
Stridiron v. State - double jeopardy; DUI, injury, property damage
Branham v. Branham - modify alimony
Chiulli v. State - direct criminal contempt
Ford v. Ford - marital home, distribution
Lai v. State - ineffective assistance, appellate
Fay v. Carter - domestic violence injunction, out-of-state conduct
Bolden v. State - Anders appeal, costs
Abrams v. State - Spencer warning, pro se
Hoeft v. State - Anders appeal; probation revocation, written order
Villazano v. State - Spencer warning, pro se
Rogers v. State - competency
Snodgrass v. State - postconviction relief
Kautz v. State - Spencer warning, pro se

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