Florida Appeals Court Decisions: Week of April 30 - May 4, 2018

Appellate & Trial Support   |   April 30, 2018
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U.S. Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals

Truesdell v. Thomas – DPPA, class cert, punitive damages

Florida Supreme Court – Tallahassee

Fla Bar v. Parrish - attorney discipline 
Jimenez v. State - red light cameras 
Fla Bd Bar Examiners v. Ferguson - attorney readmission 
Taylor v. State - capital case, postconviction relief

First District Court of Appeal – Tallahassee

Morris v. Morris - temporary custody, pick-up order 
Fair Insurance v. OIR - insurance rates, hearing 
Schanck v. Gayhart - execution, out of state assets, stock 
Johnson v. Breitenstein - conclusory appellate arguments 
Moise v. Disney Pop Century - workers' compensation 
Pettway v. Jacksonville - mandamus; filing, rendition dates 
Graham v. Uphold - corporate custodianship 
Fla Workers' Comp v. Am Residuals - employer status 
Howard v. State - sentencing 
TK v. State - delinquency, battery 
Norton v. Am Led Tech - non-compete, trade secrets 
Livingston v. State - involuntary commitment 
Columbia Bank v. Joye - premature appeal 
LaSalle Bank v. Griffin - prohibition; subject matter jurisdiction 
De Juan v. State - sentencing 
Homestead Speedway v. Homestead - administrative review, finality 
Ellis v. State - police car, insignia 
Global Hookah v. DBPR - tax assessments 
Morris v. State - sentencing 
Turbeville v. DFS - insurance license 
Quillen v. Quillen - dissolution, consent judgment, contempt 
Preudhomme v. Preduhomme - timesharing 
Preyer v. Emerald Coast UA - premature appeal 
Willoughby v. Madison Correctional - workers' compensation 
Plummer v. State - sentencing 
YG v. DCF - parental rights, termination

Second District Court of Appeal – Lakeland

Golfrock v. Lee Cnty - zoning, takings 
Greene v. State - criminal costs 
US Bank v. Gonzalez - foreclosure, limitations 
Denino v. Abbate - § 57.105, e-mail service, certified conflict 
Fields v. Devereux Found - intentional torts, vicarious liability 
Reverdes v. State - sentencing 
Martin v. State - Stand Your Ground, certified question

Third District Court of Appeal – Miami

Sosataquechel v. State - postconviction relief 
Deutsche Bank v. Torres - foreclosure, limitations 
DV v. State - constructive possession, certified conflict 
Gilman v. State - sentencing 
Muchnick v. Goihman - employee liability, undertaker's doctrine 
State v. Gomez - mandate enforcement 
Leon v. Carollo - elections, residency requirement 
Kemp v. State - postconviction relief

Fourth District Court of Appeal – West Palm Beach

GSK Hollywood Dev Group v. Hollywood - Harris Act 
Coppinger v. State - probation 
Lamb v. State - video evidence 
Denton v. State - untimely production 
Fleury v. State - disorderly conduct 
Stengel v. State - expert evaluation; stale 
Brown v. State - postconviction relief 
Hart v. State - sentencing; juvenile; Eighth Amendment

Fifth District Court of Appeal – Daytona Beach

Burnett v. State - Terry stop 
Eustace v. State - scrivener's error 
Ruiz v. State - juvenile resentencing 
Grays v. State - postconviction relief; new evidence

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