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Florida Appeals Court Decisions: Week of December 30, 2019 - January 3, 2020

Appellate & Trial Support   |   January 3, 2020
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U.S. Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals

Henley v. Payne - § 1983
Bearden v. EI Du Pont de Nemours - contract interpretation
US v. Hill - search & seizure
Nat Assoc of the Deaf v. Fla - ADA, Rehab Act, immunity
Nesbitt v. Candler Cnty - False Claims Act

Florida Supreme Court - Tallahassee

No decisions this week.

First District Court of Appeal - Tallahassee

State v. Petagine - hazing; speedy trial
State v. Kluttz - hazing
Allen v. State - sexual battery, performance; video voyeurism
Jakubowski v. State - Williams rule; hearsay, medical diagnosis
Mathis v. State - sexual battery; evidence, suicide attempt
Taylor v. State - sentencing
Hicks v. State - sentencing
Smith v. State - sufficiency of evidence, trial court review, standard
Traffanstead v. State - psychotherapist-patient privilege, assessments, evidence
Ford v. State - certiorari

Second District Court of Appeal - Lakeland

Jupiter House v. Green Tree - foreclosure, standing
WJM v. State - grand theft
White v. State - burglary, criminal mischief
Stover v. Stover - domestic violence injunction, timesharing, mootness
Paylan v. Goudie - certiorari, pro se sanctions
Tortorella-Andrews v. Delvecchio - certiorari, physician referral by counsel

Third District Court of Appeal - Miami

GAL v. Viajehoy - Cuban Assets Control Regulations, Trading With Enemy Act
HSBC Bank v. Fla Kalanit - foreclosure, lost note
Miami-Dade Exp v. Elec Trans Cons Corp - breach of contract, alternative forum, prejudgment interest
Cura v. Cura - alimony, imputed income
Quintero v. Diaz - defamation, absolute immunity
KR v. State - concealed weapon; recalling witness
Santiago v. Leon - stalking injunction
Murphy v. Osorio - real property, quiet title
Carter v. Vidal - circuit court jurisdiction, amount in controversy
SB v. El Fance - habeas corpus

Fourth District Court of Appeal - West Palm Beach

No decisions this week.

Fifth District Court of Appeal - Daytona Beach

Cerrato v. State - child pornography, double jeopardy, sentence
Ramirez v. State - grand theft, stolen property, Section 812.025
Real Estate Solutions v. Viera East - declaratory judgment, HOA assessments
Hobby Lobby v. Cole - employment, arbitration
Latimore v. State - postconviction relief
Goode v. State - competency, sentence
Adams v. State - community control, violation
Adams v. State - postconviction relief


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