Florida Appeals Court Decisions: Week of March 11 - 15, 2019

Appellate & Trial Support   |   March 15, 2019
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U.S. Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals

Sebastian v. Ortiz - qualified immunity

Florida Supreme Court - Tallahassee

No decisions this week

First District Court of Appeal - Tallahassee

Kitchen v. State - postconviction relief
Ford v. State - murder, evidence
Ogden v. State - postconviction relief
Public Counsel v. PSC - water, wastewater utility rates
Payne v. Allstaff - workers' compensation
Snyder v. Fla Prepaid - tuition contract, summary judgment
Robinson v. State - sentencing

Second District Court of Appeal - Lakeland

Lyday v. Myakka Valley - deed restriction, MRTA
Dyck-O'Neal v. Norton - deficiency, limitations; estoppel
Samad v. Pla - surviving spouse, homestead election, timing
Edwards v. State - double jeopardy
Tillman v. State - Stand Your Ground, retroactivity, certified conflict
Grdic v. HSBC - foreclosure, judgment for unpaid debt
Zich v. Bautista-Diaz - certiorari, discovery
TL v. FM - Marchman act, due process

Third District Court of Appeal - Miami

Edward v. State - sentencing
Baker v. State - double jeopardy
Gonzalez v. Citizens - coverage, summary judgment standard
State v. Mackey - appellate jurisdiction, information dismissal
Ancla Int'l v. Tribeca Asset Mgmt - premature appeal
LB Judgment v. Boschetti - lis pendens, damages, bond
Sanders v. State - pro se sanctions
Blue Star v. Citizens - coverage, summary judgment
Woodson Elec v. Port Royal Prop - venue
Duggans v. State - appellate jurisdiction

Fourth District Court of Appeal - West Palm Beach

Dippolito v. State - opening the door; objective entrapment
Volvo Aero v. Vas Aero - tortious interference, business relationship
Moore v. State - sentencing
Corominas v. Ajay Dev - attorney's fees; inequitable conduct doctrine
Gooden v. State - closing argument; improper comments
DS v. State - juvenile; probation violation; sexual offender registration

Fifth District Court of Appeal - Daytona Beach

Law Office of Brehne v. Porter Law Firm - settlement proceeds, charging lien
Gilliland v. Gilliland - dissolution, permanent alimony, fees
Conti v. Auchter - car accident, PFS, loss of consortium
Kempton v. McComb - attorney's fees, merits reversal
AP Atlantic v. Silver Creek - non-signatory, arbitration
Frerking v. Stacy - dissolution, permanent alimony, imputed income
Knapp v. State - postconviction relief
Whittaker v. PNC Bank - foreclosure, personal jurisdiction, standing
Jones v. State - habeas corpus; ineffective assistance, appellate
Lundgren v. State - mandamus, appellate record
Waddell v. State - postconviction relief
Poirier v. Poirier - prohibition, disqualification

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