Florida Appeals Court Decisions: Week of January 28 - February 1, 2019

Appellate & Trial Support   |   February 1, 2019
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U.S. Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals

Yarbrough v. Decatur Housing Auth - rehearing en banc
US v. Munksgard - sufficiency of evidence, ID theft
Lewis v. Alabama - rehearing on banc
Lopez v. US - immigration

Florida Supreme Court - Tallahassee

No decisions this week.

First District Court of Appeal - Tallahassee

Roberts v. State - citizen’s arrest

Second District Court of Appeal - Lakeland

JAD v. KMA - child support
Lennon v. Lennon - marital dissolution, child support
Hanania v. State - postconviction relief
Walker v. US Bank - appellate jurisdiction
Bitetzakis v. Bitetzakis - probate, will, execution
2017 Bell Ranch v. Burrill - foreclosure, surplus funds
Gundel v. AV Homes - certiorari, class action, SLAPP suit
Patterson v. State - prisoner, transcript requests

Third District Court of Appeal - Miami

Delgado v. Miller - certiorari, psych exam, paternity
State v. Espinoza - money services registration, laundering
Hughes v. Mid-Continent Cas - appellate jurisdiction, final orders
RSB Ventures v. Berlowitz - replacement counsel, preparation time
Miami Bch Club v. RDR - condo association, attorney’s fees, costs
SH v. State - evidence, photograph, confession, hearsay
Nationstar v. LHF Hudson - foreclosure, limitations, estoppel
Maya v. Deutsche Bank - trial court jurisdiction, post-judgment
Troike v. Troike - timesharing, mootness, temporary support
Blakely v. First Protective Ins - appraisal
Bus Tele Servs v. Madrigal - certiorari, discovery, surveillance video
Laptopplaza v. Wells Fargo - appellate jurisdiction, final order, fees as damages
Cat Cay Yacht Club v. Diaz - certiorari, punitive damages
Fratangelo v. Coosemans - order enforcing settlement

Fourth District Court of Appeal - West Palm Beach

Berrocales v. State - withdrawal of plea; driver’s license revocation
State v. Walk - sentencing; probation; jurisdiction
Davis v. Bailynson - s. 57.105; attorney’s fees
Katz v. Frank, Weinberg & Black - attorney participation fee; public policy

Fifth District Court of Appeal - Daytona Beach

Moody v. Newton - dissolution; engagement ring, marital asset
US Bank v. Bell - foreclosure, dismissal
Coachwood Colony v. Kironi - surface water, nuisance; reasonable use rule
JA v. School Bd of Brevard Cty - school expulsion, alcohol
O’Hare v. State - child pornography, suppression
Dabbelt v. Deutsche Bank - foreclosure, corrected judgment
Hall v. Hall - dissolution; certiorari, discovery, non-party
Belniak v. McWilliams - taxation of costs, expert witness fees
DCF v. Ross - certiorari, commitment
CapitalSource Intl v. Pitsoulakis - service of process, dismissal
Andrews v. State - sentencing
Williams v. State - Spencer bar, pro se filings
Mann v. State - ineffective assistance, appellate
Gonzalez v. Gonzalez - Spencer bar, pro se filings

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