Florida Appeals Court Decisions: Week of February 12 - 16, 2018

Appellate & Trial Support   |   February 12, 2018
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U.S. Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals

Dasher v. RBC Bank - arbitration 
Stout v. Jefferson Cnty Bd of Edu - desegregation 
CRI-Leslie v. IRS - tax

Florida Supreme Court – Tallahassee

Franklin v. State - capital case, postconviction relief 
Branch v. State - capital case, postconviction relief

First District Court of Appeal – Tallahassee

No decisions this week

Second District Court of Appeal – Lakeland

State v. AJ - oral motions; prosecutorial discretion 
McCampbell v. FNMA - foreclosure; original writing requirement 
Citizens v. Anderson - attorney's fees, supporting findings, lack of transcript 
Millan v. Millan - alimony 
Soliman v. State - sentencing 
Knight v. GTE Fed Credit - foreclosure; evidence, letter log 
St Petersburg v. Wright - Sunshine law, shade meeting 
C&J Global v. Capgain Props - intervention, reformation claim 
DT v. JM - child support 
Sukraj v. Phoeung - additur, past pain and suffering 
Bruce v. US Bank - appellate standing 
Wells v. Wells - marital dissolution, settlement agreement 
Youssef v. Zaitouni - personal jurisdiction 
Clayton v. State - personal property return 
Casiano v. Scott - Nebia pre-trial detainers 
Payas v. Adventist Health - health care, vicarious liability, nondelegable duty

Third District Court of Appeal – Miami

Ruiz v. State - post-trial release 
Westberry v. State - jury waiver 
Mt Vernon Fire Ins v. New Moon Mgmt - rule 1.442, settlement proposal 
Feller v. RJ Reynolds - rule 1.260, death, party substitution 
Wromas v. State - sentencing

Fourth District Court of Appeal – West Palm Beach

RJ Reynolds v. Schoeff - remand 
Pacchiana v. State - juror strike; religion 
Philip Morris v. Gore - preservation; punitive damages 
State v. Schultz - sentencing 
Alvarez v. State - circumstantial evidence 
Stickney v. State - use of force instruction 
Sch Bd Palm Beach v. FDOE - charter school 
Woodward v. State - contempt 
Sanchez v. Cinque - Daubert; comparative negligence; fees 
Eisenpresser v. Koenig - probate; accounting 
Canidate v. State - fleeing 
Catalo v. Llano Financing - attorney's fees 
Kunz v. Sch Bd Palm Beach - class-size amendment 
Hudson v. Sunrise - forfeiture 
Yaro v. Israel - age discrimination 
Freeman v. Omega Condo - attorney's fees; transcript 
Le v. Tralongo - personal jurisdiction 
Water Bridge 5 Assoc v. Davis - attorney's fees, costs 
Tesoro POA v. Tesoro Commons - temporary injunction

Fifth District Court of Appeal – Daytona Beach

Niehaus v. Niehaus - fraud on court 
Newman v. Hirst - certiorari, privilege, Boecher discovery 
Bishop v. State - sentencing

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