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Florida Appeals Court Decisions: Week of January 29 - February 2, 2018

Appellate & Trial Support   |   January 29, 2018
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U.S. Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals

Marsteller v. Tilton - FCA 
Altman Contractors v. Crum & Forster Spec Ins - insurance 
Jones Total Health Care Pharm v. DEA - CSA 
Winn-Dixie Stores v. Dolgencorp - violation of mandate 
US v. Stein - en banc, summary judgment affidavits 
Lin v. US Atty Gen - immigration


Florida Supreme Court – Tallahassee

State v. Knighton - lesser included, unnatural and lascivious act 
Davis v. State - robbery, use of weapon 
Goodman v. FDLE - blood draws, screening, FDLE rules 
State v. Silvia - capital case, postconviction relief, Hurst 
Pagan v. State - capital case, postconviction relief, Hurst 
In re Std Jury Instr (Civ) - amended instructions 
In re Fam L Forms - amended forms 
In re Fla R Juv P - amended rules


First District Court of Appeal – Tallahassee

RJ Reynolds v. Ward - attorney's fees, admissions, rule 1.380 
Payton v. State - third-party confession 
Bank of Am v. Mirabellas Owners - foreclosure 
Allmond v. Dale Carson Law - summary affirmance


Second District Court of Appeal – Lakeland

Furlow v. State - lewd exhibition with computer 
Jackson v. Household Fin - foreclosure, business records, certified conflict 
Hakki v. Galencare - fraud 
Phelps v. State - direct criminal contempt 
Bank of NY v. Bloedel - foreclosure


Third District Court of Appeal – Miami

Gorrin v. Poker Run - guaranties, proceedings supplementary


Fourth District Court of Appeal – West Palm Beach

Blok Builders v. Katryniok - contractual indemnification 
Morales v. Fifth Third - original note 
Inlet Marina v. Sea Diversified - statute of limitations; discovery 
Chipotle v. Quinones - certiorari; discovery; privilege 
BF v. DCF - parental rights


Fifth District Court of Appeal – Daytona Beach

Bruce v. Bruce - alimony, parenting plan 
Fielding v. PNC Bank - foreclosure, standing 
Hitchcock v. Mahaffey - personal injury, future economic damages 
PNC Bank v. MDTR - foreclosure, attorney's fees 
TT of Indian River v. Fortson - attorney's fees, concession 
Ispass v. Ispass - alimony, jurisdiction to modify 
Woudhuizen v. Smith - collateral source setoffs 
Velleff v. Velleff - alimony 
Gal v. Gal - marital dissolution, premarital agreement 
Curtis v. Reinhardt - injunction for protection, psychosexual evaluation 
Rollas v. DBPR - recovery fund award 
Katwaroo v. State - sentencing 
Sedgwick Claims v. Feller - certiorari, privileged documents 
Boren v. Rogers - certiorari, discovery 
Horner v. State - mandamus, duty to rule


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