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Florida Appeals Court Decisions: Week of April 3 - 7, 2023

U.S. Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals

Turner v. Williams - § 1983, conclusory pleading, protected speech
Flores v. US AG - immigration
USA v. Dawson - sexually explicit conduct, using child
USA v. Hall - sentencing, home confinement
Williams v. Radford - § 1983, retaliation
State Farm v. Spangler - Florida insurance, uninsured motor vehicle

Florida Supreme Court - Tallahassee

Furst v. Rebholz - homestead exemption, partially rented property
In re Fla R Juv P - amended rules
Gaskin v. State - capital case, postconviction relief

First District Court of Appeal - Tallahassee

Johnson v. Bank of Am - mortgage loan, equitable lien, limitations
Wieland v. Okaloosa Sheriff - mandamus, duty to rule, mootness
Lland v. State - appellate jurisdiction, oral ruling
Wolfe v. Ruby - workers’ compensation
AGP v. DCF - parental rights, failure to prosecute appeal
Garcia v. State - belated appeal

Second District Court of Appeal - St. Petersburg

JHM v. EAG - child support
Pryor v. State - severance, bifurcation, sentencing, VCC
Ferry v. E-Z Cashing - foreclosure, priority, merger, rent assignment
Tyler v. DHSMV - second-tier certiorari, driver’s license suspension
Concordia Lutheran Ministries v. Willis - personal jurisdiction

Third District Court of Appeal - Miami

Design Neuroscience v. Fields - summary judgment, leave to amend, dissent
Larios v. Larios - DV injunction, dissolution
Dussan v. El Zoghbi - continuance, evidence exclusion
City of Miami v. Fraternal Order of Police - arbitration, waiver, collateral estoppel
Chowdhury v. BankUnited - summary judgment, personal guaranty
Woolems v. Catalina - construction lien, relation-back doctrine
F.R. Aleman v. EAC Consulting - arbitration, attorney’s fees
Costa v. Miami Lakes AM - arbitration, hearing
Duquesne v. State - sentence

Fourth District Court of Appeal - West Palm Beach

Roldan v. Hollandale Beach - public records act, attorney’s fees
Walker v. State - plea withdrawal
Waite v. Milo-Waite - dissolution, stipulations
Weisblat v. Feldman - quiet title, joint tenancy
Marder v. Mueller - punitive damages
Landron v. State - postconviction relief
Velasco v. Solley - child support

Fifth District Court of Appeal - Daytona Beach

Johansen v. State - Anders appeal, investigative costs
Regions Bank v. Austin & Laurato - voluntary dismissal, strike
King v. Farah & Farah - proposed order, independent judicial analysis
Houston v. Wrentmore - appellate procedure, supplemental authority
Holland v. Holland - dissolution, imputed income
Bass v. State - jurisdiction, civil traffic infraction

Sixth District Court of Appeal - Lakeland

Klein v. Manville - permanent stalking injunction
Miller v. State - public records request
Boone v. State Farm - insurance, insufficient civil remedy notice

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