Florida Appeals Court Decisions: Week of March 26 - 30, 2018

Appellate & Trial Support   |   March 26, 2018
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U.S. Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals

US v. Rehaif - alien possession of firearm 
Morrow v. Warden - habeas corpus, ineffective assistance 
US v. Amour - unapproved aircraft fuel system 
Metlife Life & Annuity v. Akpele - life insurance 
Choizilme v. US - immigration 
US v. Mosquera - conspiracy to possess cocaine 
Looney v. Moore - Alabama Medical Liability Act

Florida Supreme Court – Tallahassee

Grim v. State - capital case, postconviction relief 
Smithers v. State - capital case, postconviction relief 
Johnson v. State - capital case, postconviction relief

First District Court of Appeal – Tallahassee

Gardiner v. State - sentencing 
Cromartie v. State - probation revocation 
Robinson v. Comm'n on Ethics - ethics violation, city attorney 
Marshall v. State - ineffective assistance 
Premier Motorcar v. Washington - prohibition, removal

Second District Court of Appeal – Lakeland

Witt v. State - probation revocation 
Urbaniak v. State - right to silence 
Igberaese v. Stoneybrook Ass'n - finality, fees entitlement 
Rossotto v. West Park CA - finality, summary judgment

Third District Court of Appeal – Miami

Publix v. Bellaiche - slip and fall, knowledge 
Originwave v. Mobile Insight - finality, counterclaim 
DY v. State - delinquency, competency 
Zarudny v. Zarudny - injunction against violence, children 
Garcia v. 1st Community - insurance, coverage, roof leak 
Chiu v. Wells Fargo - rule 1.510, right to hearing, fundamental error 
MC v. State - probation revocation 
Cordero v. Washington Mut - appealability, writ of possession 
Burnett v. Target - second-tier certiorari, appellate due process 
Perozo v. State - mandamus, waiver of appearance

Fourth District Court of Appeal – West Palm Beach

Madeus v. State - Miranda 
Liukkonen v. Bayview Loan - foreclosure, best evidence, note 
Trigeorgis v. Trigeorgis - slander of title, prejudgment interest 
Campbell v. State - jury selection 
HSBC v. Magua - foreclosure, fees, standing, law of the case

Fifth District Court of Appeal – Daytona Beach

Robbins v. Deutsche Bank - transcript, note 
Demase v. State Farm - insurance, bad faith 
Daniel v. State - custodial interrogation, request for counsel 
Hashmi-Alikhan v. Staples - new trial, manifest weight, expert 
Crespo v. Lebron - child support, arrears; income, business 
Harris v. Harris - preservation, transcript, rehearing 
EO Martin v. Northport Health - compelled arbitration 
Sanders v. State - habeas, certiorari; competency

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