Florida Appeals Court Decisions: Week of June 11 - 15, 2018

Appellate & Trial Support   |   June 11, 2018
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U.S. Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals

US v. Duenas – counterfeit currency 
Slater v. US Steel – judicial estoppel, bankruptcy
Cassady v. Hall – sovereign immunity, garnishment

Florida Supreme Court – Tallahassee

Patrick v. State - capital case, postconviction relief

First District Court of Appeal – Tallahassee

Hawthorne v. State - Daubert, impairment; exclusion, jail release, driving record
Brutus v. State - search and seizure, iPod photos
Dyck-O’Neal v. Krawiec - subject matter jurisdiction, deficiency decree
Nat’l Ctr for Constr Ed v. Crapo - ad valorem taxes, exemption
Dyck-O’Neal v. Brutskiy - subject matter jurisdiction, deficiency decree
Graham v. State - competency
Dyck-O’Neal v. Cislo - subject matter jurisdiction, deficiency decree
Ness v. Martinez - time-sharing, proposed order, relocation, child support
Wallace v. Keldie - fraud on court, dismissal
Foster v. State - search and seizure

Second District Court of Appeal – Lakeland

Stubbs v. Fed Nat’l Home Loan - appellate jurisdiction

Third District Court of Appeal – Miami

Jackson v. State - closing, golden rule
Eduartez v. FNMA - foreclosure sale surplus funds, certified conflict 
Diaz v. Kosch - breach of contract, attorney’s fees
In re Benitez - name change
Miami Retirement Trust v. Rodriguez - appellate jurisdiction

Fourth District Court of Appeal – West Palm Beach

Exantus v. State—probation; sentencing
Edwards v. State—demeanor
Palmer v. State—double jeopardy
Augustin v. State—competency
Premier Compounding Pharmacy v. Larson—attorney’s fees
Brewster v. State—restitution
Bouin v. DiSabatino—separate interspousal actions
Waters v. Wilmington Trust—foreclosure; standing
Carter v. State—sentencing
Thomas v. State—youthful offender
Rivas v. Bank of NY—foreclosure; redemption
Adebiyi v. Dept. of Health—nursing license; formal hearing
Walters v. Petgrave—paternity; due process
Lopez v. State—jail credit

Fifth District Court of Appeal – Daytona Beach

Holmes v. City of Palm Bay – class cert, adequacy
Jones v. State – sentencing
Ramsey v. Dewitt Excavating – workers’ comp, immunity
Federal National v. Cook – foreclosure, res judicata   
State v. Hollinger – sentencing
Martinez v. State – postconviction relief
Davis v. State – probation, scrivener’s error
Ronchi v. State – certiorari; clergy privilege, confession

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