Florida Appeals Court Decisions: Week of June 18 - 22, 2018

Appellate & Trial Support   |   June 18, 2018
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U.S. Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals

US v. Johnson - en banc 
Cozzi v. City of Birmingham - § 1983, qualified immunity 
Haynes v. Hooters - mootness

Florida Supreme Court – Tallahassee

In re Fam L Forms - amended forms 
In re Fam L Forms - amended forms 
In re Fam L Forms - amended forms

First District Court of Appeal – Tallahassee

Johnson v. State - ineffective assistance 
Hogle v. State - sentencing 
Andrews v. Jacksonville - sales tax referendum, ballot challenge 
Daniels v. Caparello - timesharing schedule 
Burch v. Burch - timesharing schedule 
West v. State - sentencing, fine 
Beck Auto Sales v. Asbury Jax Ford - arbitration, nonparty 
Rehab Cntr v. ACHA - administrative review, emergency orders 
Murphy v. State - pro se sanctions 
Buchanan v. Crossroads UMC - premature appeal 
Hutcherson v. Rognlie - premature appeal 
Gonzalez v. State - postconviction relief 
Brinson v. Hosp Housekeeping - workers’ compensation 
Smith v. State - plea withdrawal, counsel conflict 
SDI Quarry v. Gateway Estates - mining damage; expert testimony; Daubert 
Omulepu v. DOH - medical license revocation 
Magnolia Fla Tax Cert v. DOR - tax certificate sales, procedures, constitutional challenges 
Chaviano v. Greater Miami Caterers - prohibition, JCC disqualification, mootness 
Brown v. State - stand your ground

Second District Court of Appeal – Lakeland

Rozanski v. Wells Fargo - foreclosure, equitable lien 
Clearwater v. - real property, quiet title, submerged lands 
Bayview Loan Serv v. Dzidzovic - vacating foreclosure order 
McClelland v. State - search and seizure, Yagi antenna 
State v. Kwitowski - perjury, capital felonies 
Holt v. Keetley - certiorari, public defender 
Malowney v. Malowney - marital dissolution, modification 
JW v. DCF - child protective services

Third District Court of Appeal – Miami

ASA College v. Dezer Intracoastal - temporary injunction 
Bechtel v. Batchelor - premises liability; adverse inference sanction 
Hernandez v. State - competency 
Bruce v. State - juvenile sentencing 
Solomon v. Solomon - timesharing 
Bertonatti v. State - postconviction relief 
Stone v. State - probation violation

Fourth District Court of Appeal – West Palm Beach

Strong v. State - sentencing 
Lenzi v. Regency Tower - condominium declaration

Fifth District Court of Appeal – Daytona Beach

Sloan v. State - burglary tools, elements 
Rivera v. Purtell - timesharing, child 
Skorcz v. Wells Fargo - foreclosure, confession of error 
Rodriguez v. State - sentencing, written 
Ostane v. State - rehearing, resentencing 
Peterson v. State - personal property, return, hearing 
Upshaw v. State - sentencing 
Green Emerald v. US Bank - confession of error 
Turner v. State - postconviction relief, concurrence 
KC v. DCF - parental rights, termination

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