Florida Appeals Court Decisions: Week of March 25 - 29, 2019

Appellate & Trial Support   |   March 29, 2019
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U.S. Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals

Crain v. Fla DOC - subject-matter jurisdiction, substitute counsel
Marchisio v. Carrington Mortgage Servs - FCRA, FCCPA, fees

Florida Supreme Court - Tallahassee

No decisions this week

First District Court of Appeal - Tallahassee

Vereen v. State - sentencing
Brown v. Williams - forfeiture, probable cause
Brewer v. DOH - nursing license, revocation
Waters v. State - postconviction relief
Campbell v. DOT - quiet title, condemnation, estoppel
Triatik v. State - sentencing
Bowman v. Hutto - paternity, surname change

Second District Court of Appeal - Lakeland

Linen v. State - inconsistent verdicts, crimes
Diversicare v. Estate of Catt - arbitration, appellate jurisdiction
Crary v. Tri-Par Estates - special taxing district, rule enforcement
Agenor v. State - sentencing
Defrances v. Furst - property taxes, escaping taxation

Third District Court of Appeal - Miami

Tabraue v. Doctors Hosp - non-delegable duty, certified conflict
Andre v. Abreu - contempt
Zhao v. Premier Am Bank - foreclosure, standing
Pazmino v. Gonzalez - attorney's fees, multiplier
Francois v. State - sentencing
Hernandez v. Garcia - appellate jurisdiction
Jn Moriarty v. Thyssenkrupp - Applegate affirmance
Thomas v. State - postconviction relief, voluntary dismissal
Berry v. State - postconviction relief

Fourth District Court of Appeal - West Palm Beach

Rivera v. State - Stand Your Ground
EM v. State - direct criminal contempt; juvenile
Johnson v. State - jury instructions; fundamental error
AW v. Humana Med - Medicaid Fair Hearing; due process
Deutsche Bank v. Quintela - foreclosure; attorney's fees
Hanna v. Pennymac - foreclosure; summary judgment
Allen v. Habitat II - foreclosure; rule 1.540
Romanoff v. Lazarus - personal jurisdiction; waiver
Flaherty v. State - ineffective assistance; competency
Gincley v. State - drug court; exclusions; administrative order
Seider v. Leibner - medical malpractice; presuit

Fifth District Court of Appeal - Daytona Beach

Brower v. State - certiorari, attorney withdrawal, conflict
Cooper v. State- remand, juvenile sentence
SHP IV Harbour v. Boylan - arbitration, waiver
Sentz v. Tracy - request for admission, attorney's fees
Gaskins v. State - ineffective assistance, trial
Chimera Srvcs v. Prevatt- dismissal, failure to appear
Russell v. State - Anders, post-Miranda statements
Moss v. State - postconviction relief
Riggenbach v. Rhodes - rehearing, certiorari, med mal
Byrd v. State - sentencing, scrivener's errors
Conill-Valdes v. State - postconviction relief
Lancaster v. State - habeas corpus, certiorari
Cohen v. State- Spencer warning
Bouie v. State - Spencer warning
Howard v. State - sentencing, Spencer warning

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