Florida Appeals Court Decisions: Week of October 8 - 12, 2018

Appellate & Trial Support   |   October 12, 2018
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U.S. Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals

PETA v. Miami Seaquarium - rehearing
Alcocer v. Mills - § 1983, qualified immunity
Ovalles v. US - sentencing, crimes of violence

Florida Supreme Court - Tallahassee

No decisions this week

First District Court of Appeal - Tallahassee

No decisions this week

Second District Court of Appeal - Lakeland

Black v. State - sentencing
Gorzynski v. State - sentencing, hearsay
Zoo-Land v. Premier - deficiency judgment, summary judgment
Toth v. Miller-Toth - marital dissolution, fees reversal following merits
Provident Funding v. MDTR - foreclosure, res judicata
5F v. Boca Grande Isle - real property, restrictive covenants
Stauderman v. State - sentencing
Wilson v. Pinnacle Health - arbitration, authority

Third District Court of Appeal - Miami

Aguila v. State - Williams rule evidence
Mathieu v. State - hearsay, prior inconsistent statements
Bacchus v. State - pro se sanctions
Estes v. Rodin - personal jurisdiction, Facebook comments
Martinez v. Valerio - paternity
MF v. State - Richardson hearing
Lopez v. Regalado - domestic violence injunction; timesharing, support
Matheson v. Miami-Dade - county land sale, competitive bid, standing
Brickell Motors v. Torres - due process, notice of hearing; arbitration
DSLR Pros v. Lalo - sanctions, Kozel factors
Brickell Harbour CA v. Hamilton Spec Ins - insurance appraisal
Robles v. FNMA - default, notice
People’s Trust v. Acosta - insurance, work authorization injunction
CA v. State - robbery, consent
DHSMV v. Sperberg - second-tier certiorari, driver’s license revocation
Coral Gables v. Garcia - appellate standing, real property appraisal
Valls v. DOH - non-final agency review, license restriction
Solonina v. Artglass - certiorari, discovery denial

Fourth District Court of Appeal - West Palm Beach

Martinez v. State - juvenile sentencing
FPL v. McRoberts - actual/apparent authority
Garrison v. Garrison - dissolution, equitable distribution
Hogan v. Aloia - child support modification
Broward Behavioral Health v. Genestant - competency restoration
Lundy v. State - jail credit
Gray v. State - pretrial detention, bond

Fifth District Court of Appeal - Daytona Beach

Purdy v. State - remand, juvenile, sentence review hearing
Edwards v. State - leaving scene, crash, evidence
Evans v. Miller - lack of transcript
Rittirucksa v. Barrette - temporary injunction, evidence
Quartier v. State - community control

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