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Florida Appeals Court Decisions: Week of May 7 - 11, 2018

Appellate & Trial Support   |   May 7, 2018
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U.S. Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals

Gagliardi v. City of Boca Raton - mootness 
Bailey v. Rocky Mtn Hldgs - Airline Deregulation Act, preemption 
US v. Stein - summary judgment evidence 
Montanez v. Carvajal - search & seizure
Devengoechea v. Venezuela - FSIA, sovereign immunity 
Gutierrez v. Wells Fargo - arbitration


Florida Supreme Court – Tallahassee

In re Std Jury Instr (Crim) - trafficking instruction 
Morris v. State - capital case, postconviction relief 
In re Fla R Crim Pro - amended rule 
In re Code J Conduct - amended canon


First District Court of Appeal – Tallahassee

Crosley v. State - sentencing 
Bell v. State - sufficiency of evidence, standard 
Vansmith v. State - certiorari; involuntary commitment 
Burch v. Davis - premature appeal, no relinquishment


Second District Court of Appeal – Lakeland

Espinoza-Brito v. State - probation 
Arteaga v. State - postconviction relief 
Nicon Constr v. Prager - insurance, breach, assignment 
Johnson v. Deutsche Bank - foreclosure, standing 
Williams v. State - witness tampering; certified conflict 
Ambrogio v. McGuire - summary judgment, notice 
Morrison v. Morrison - marital settlement agreement


Third District Court of Appeal – Miami

Love v. State - prohibition, Stand Your Ground, certified conflict 
State v. Pena - obstructed license plate, search and seizure 
Montoya v. State - probation 
Lammons v. State - closing argument, denigrating defense 
Kane v. Kane - contempt 
Obsessions v. Jewelry Exh - lease, exculpatory clause 
Martin v. State - probation 
Gidwani v. Roberts - condominium, parking spaces 
State v. Maxwell - search and seizure 
Sammie Inv v. Strategica - injunction, real property sale, proceeds 
Rodriguez v. S Miami - certiorari, mental health records


Fourth District Court of Appeal – West Palm Beach

Melvin v. State - false information; missing child; sentencing 
Senser v. State - Miranda; sentencing 
Burgess v. State - voir dire; cause challenges 
Bellows v. Bellows - alimony; equitable distribution 
RJ Reynolds v. Konzelman - punitive damages 
Osorio v. State - search and seizure 
Coconut Key v. Gonzalez - injunction; attorney’s fees 
Diocese of Palm Beach v. Gallagher - ecclesiastical abstention doctrine 
Pollock v. State - competency; plea


Fifth District Court of Appeal – Daytona Beach

Webb v. State - Nelson inquiry 
Domino’s Pizza v. Wiederhold - closing argument; wrongful death; spouse 
Bynum v. State - competency 
Millan v. State - postconviction relief 
Maxwell v. State - postconviction relief


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