Florida Appeals Court Decisions: Week of April 15 - 19, 2019

Appellate & Trial Support   |   April 19, 2019
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U.S. Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals

Hall v. Fla DOC - AEDPA
US v. Johnson - search & seizure
US v. Corbett - sentencing
US v. Gordillo - sentencing
A&M Gerber Chiropractic v. GEICO - standing, class certification, insurance

Florida Supreme Court - Tallahassee

Glass v. Nationstar - mandate recalled, jurisdiction discharged
Halifax Hosp v. State - bond validation, hospital construction
Orange Cnty v. Singh - mandate recalled, county elections, home rule
In re Judge Kollra - judicial discipline
Jackson v. DeSantis - quo warranto, county officer suspension

First District Court of Appeal - Tallahassee

Casey v. State - pro se sanctions
Rogers v. State - sentencing
Kruse v. State - license suspension, psychotherapist
Casasanta v. Sailshare - opinion requested, exculpatory clause, dangerous condition
Russell v. State - impeachment evidence, opening door
In re Estate of Bunda - certiorari, vacating probate order
Bradley v. State - sentencing
Reinard v. State - aggravated child abuse

Second District Court of Appeal - Lakeland

Whitham v. State - Stand Your Ground, certified conflict
Pelphrey-Weigand v. Weigand - marital dissolution, fees, res judicata
Marco Marine v. Kopras - settlement proposal, maritime law, en banc
Dagan v. State - sentencing, memo of sentence, snapout

Third District Court of Appeal - Miami

JA v. Housel - habeas corpus
McGlocklin v. State - pro se sanctions
Leon v. Supreme Constr - failure to prosecute
Alvarez v. State Farm - insured, material misrepresentation
Benitez v. Benitez - judicial disqualification
Adv Sys v. Gotham Ins - insurance, duty to defend
Safepoint Ins v. Sousa - appraisal
Rodriguez v. Stanfield - summary affirmance
Miami-Dade MRI v. United Auto - second-tier certiorari, insurance, fees
Evans v. State - habeas corpus, ineffective assistance

Fourth District Court of Appeal - West Palm Beach

Lacue v. State - sentencing
Stubbs v. State - similar fact evidence
Rutledge v. State - collateral estoppel, double jeopardy
Johnson v. State - confession, voluntariness
American Airlines v. Cimino - certiorari, privilege
Maguire-Ress v. Stettner - summary judgment
Brown v. State - forfeiture of gain time
Levy v. Levy - non-dissolution alimony

Fifth District Court of Appeal - Daytona Beach

Restal v. Nocera - rear-end collision, summary judgment, comparative fault
Slinger v. State - sentencing
CalAtlantic v. Dau - contract language re fees
Jenkins v. State - untimely appeal
State v. Griffin - incest, dismissal
State v. Wilson - probable cause, traffic stop
Freeman v. State - involuntary commitment
Mitchell v. State - habeas corpus

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