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Florida Appeals Court Decisions: Week of August 7 - 11, 2023

U.S. Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals

Juncadella v. Robinhood Fin - stocks, choice of law, fiduciary duty, economic loss
Christmas v. Lt Nabors - First Amendment, reading mail
USA v. Lopez - naturalization, moral turpitude, categorical approach

Florida Supreme Court - Tallahassee

No decisions this week

First District Court of Appeal - Tallahassee

N Collier Fire v. Harlem - workers’ compensation
Malone v. Malone - domestic violence injunction, mootness
Norris v. State - jail credit
DOH v. Leafly Holdings - rule challenge, medical marijuana, online orders
Simmons v. State - burglary, hearsay, closing argument
DCF v. MC - parental rights, termination, manifest best interest
Herring v. Lutheran Servs - guardianship, withdrawal of life-prolonging care
SICIS NA v. Galvas Constr - arbitration

Second District Court of Appeal - St. Petersburg

DJB Rentals v. Largo - foreclosure, summary judgment, continuance, amendment
Century Nat’l Ins v. Frantz - default, indispensable parties, tipsy coachman
Beckford v. In re Beckford G’ship - guardians, felony conviction

Third District Court of Appeal - Miami

Holguin v. Holguin - rehearing, forum non conveniens
AlliedBarton v. Redmon - motion for relief, excusable neglect
Citizens v. James - prejudgment interest, appraisal award
State Farm v. Advanced X-Ray - response to summary judgment motion, timeliness 
Djurasevic v. Thompson - joinder, personal and representative capacities
Rodriguez v. Responsive - misrepresentation, policy rescission
Weiss v. Ransom Everglades Sch - stipulation of dismissal 

Fourth District Court of Appeal - West Palm Beach

Geico v. Florida Spine - PIP, attorney’s fees, due process
Mawardi v. Cohen - arm’s length transaction, fiduciary duty
Dempsey v. State - community control, sentencing
Anglin v. State - sentencing, restitution
Preston v. Romanoff - certiorari, nursing home negligence
Shafer v. State - postconviction relief
Prince v. Honore - marital dissolution, home valuation
Pullen v. State - public defender’s fee
Bivens v. State - mandamus, public records

Fifth District Court of Appeal - Daytona Beach

Terry v. State - postconviction relief
Wells v. State - probation violation; Eighth Amendment, excessive fines
Cook v. Fla Peninsula Ins - punitive damages, amendment
St Johns River Water Mgmt v.  Cece - stormwater management system, permit
Thomas v. St Vincent’s Med Ctr - premises negligence, slip and fall
Nolan v. Kalbfleisch - new trial; expert witness, improper commentary
Jada v. Harrison - prohibition, disqualification, second motion

Sixth District Court of Appeal - Lakeland

No decisions this week

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