Florida Appeals Court Decisions: Week of June 10 - 14, 2019

Appellate & Trial Support   |   June 14, 2019
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U.S. Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals

US v. Cooper - confrontation clause, confession, sentencing
Landau v. Roundpoint Mortg Serv - RESPA
Finnegan v. IRS - tax fraud
US v. Fox - sentencing
Salmeron-Salmeron v. Warden - habeas corpus, asylum

Florida Supreme Court - Tallahassee

Jackson v. State - pro se sanctions
Fla Ind Power Users v. Brown - rate adjustment, solar costs
Shine v. State - sentencing

First District Court of Appeal - Tallahassee

Hicks v. State - Stand Your Ground, plea, dispositive challenge
Lafleur v. Arbor Holding - workers' compensation
Fletcher v. State - prohibition, Stand Your Ground
Mency v. State - Stand Your Ground, procedure
Dixon v. State - jail credit, mootness
Jackson v. State - sentencing
Ross v. Jacksonville - police pursuit, sovereign immunity, recklessness
Reese v. State - postconviction relief
Bell v. State - sentencing
Ledsome v. State - probation revocation

Second District Court of Appeal - Lakeland

Holley v. DOR - child support
Hunt v. SunTrust - attorney's fees, premature award
Fla Peninsula Ins v. Newlin - new trial standard
Lolli v. SunTrust - foreclosure, damages, evidence
Ward v. State - criminal restitution
Jerrels v. Jerrels - wrongful death, parental immunity, insurance exception
Carpenter's v. Estate of Curry - certiorari, punitive damages

Third District Court of Appeal - Miami

Thourtman v. Junior - habeas corpus, preliminary Arthur hearing
Thomas v. Cromer - trial court rehearing, hearing requirement
Citizens v. Sampedro - sovereign immunity, additional authority on reconsideration
Trainor v. Cisneros - timesharing, child support
Erorentals v. Yu - attorney's fees, entitlement
FBK Assoc v. Tew Cardenas - legal malpractice
Williams v. State - standard instruction 3.7, omission
Fla Wellness v. Feldman - second-tier certiorari, attorney's fees, law of the case
Cadet v. State - sentencing

Fourth District Court of Appeal - West Palm Beach

Williams v. Prepared Ins - discovery sanctions; producing witness for deposition
Deutsche Bank v. Page - foreclosure; dismissal; attorney's fees
Sherrer v. Hollingsworth - medical malpractice; informed consent instruction
Perera v. Diolife - oral modification; contract; damages; benefit of bargain
Ricci v. Ventures Trust - foreclosure; federal removal; remand; case jurisdiction
Hoch v. Loren - defamation; cease and desist letter; publication to client
Accardi v. Accardi - marital dissolution; alimony; contempt
Leon v. Pena - open and obvious danger doctrine
American Airlines v. Cimino - in camera inspection; waiver of privilege
Simeone v. State - veterans' court; transfer
Orthopedic Ctr of South Fla v. Sode - expert financial discovery; affiliated entity

Fifth District Court of Appeal - Daytona Beach

Green Tree v. Simms - foreclosure, payment evidence, records
RJ Reynolds v. Lewis - costs, experts, prejudgment interest
Enlow v. Wright - legal malpractice, accrual, four corners rule
Hall v. Hall - certiorari, discovery denial
Anderson v. State - pro se sanctions
McCormick v. Salfity - second-tier certiorari, condo damage claim

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