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Florida Appeals Court Decisions: Week of May 6 - 10, 2019

Appellate & Trial Support   |   May 10, 2019
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U.S. Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals

Myers v. US - tax
Meruelo v. IRS - tax
US v. Rothenberg - restitution
Piazza v. Hale - qualified immunity
Flat Creek Transp v. FMCSA - standing

Florida Supreme Court - Tallahassee

No decisions this week

First District Court of Appeal - Tallahassee

Wanless v. State - expert, sanity; sentencing, separate acts
Gloston v. State - kidnapping, attempted sexual battery
King v. DOH - written opinion motion, nurse, license suspension
Goley v. Goley - marital dissolution, equitable distribution, alimony
Daniel v. State - single homicide rule, intradistrict conflict
Segura v. State - certiorari, jurisdiction, awaiting retrial
Philip Morris v. Bryant - Engle progeny; veni, vidi, vici; punitive damages
Reid v. Daley - circuit court jurisdiction, emotional distress damages
Dooly v. State - probation revocation, trial court jurisdiction
Brown v. State - postconviction relief
Couperthwaite v. Couperthwaite - parental timesharing, relocation
Bradford v. FAMU - whistleblower, student
RJ Reynolds v. Cuddihee - prohibition, judicial disqualification

Second District Court of Appeal - Lakeland

Thomas v. State - constructive possession, drugs
Famiglio v. Famiglio - premarital agreement, interpretation
de Rubio v. State - postconviction relief
Sammons v. Greenfield - excusable neglect
State v. Bellamy - sentencing
Quijano v. State - probation violation
Wolf v. Wolf - marital dissolution, lack of transcript
Blakeley v. Livorsi - real property, material defect
Forbes v. State - postconviction relief
Wilson v. Amerilife - arbitration

Third District Court of Appeal - Miami

Odom v. State - closing argument, jail call reference
Fils-Aime v. Roberson - § 57.105 sanctions
LJ v. DCF - dependency
Albear v. Hillman-Waller - lack of transcript
Suarez v. Citizens - settlement proposal, fee award
State v. Gottfried - certiorari, jurisdiction
Link v. State - mandamus, Stand Your Ground
BJ's v. Bugliaro - class certification
Heath v. State - postconviction relief
Troncoso v. Larrain - intervention, findings

Fourth District Court of Appeal - West Palm Beach

Kemp v. State - Frye hearing, pipeline rule
Plaza La Mer v. Delray Prop Inv - attorney's fees, allocation
Little v. State - competency hearing
Grosso v. HSBC Bank - foreclosure, attorney's fees
Puzio v. State - first degree murder, mandatory minimums
Bellezza v. Menendez - treating physician, financial evidence
White v. State - presentence investigation; Sixth Amendment
Bryant v. Geovera Spec Ins - insurance, confession, bad faith
Palomino v. State - transcript
Bornstein v. Marcus - breach of contract
Hardison v. State - probation revocation, time served
Almazan v. Aguilera-Valdez - prohibition, sanctions, jurisdiction
Jooste v. Jooste - child support, findings
Dunkley v. State - postconviction relief
Kaminsky v. Hechet - personal jurisdiction

Fifth District Court of Appeal - Daytona Beach

Kiley v. State - sentencing
Gissendanner v. State - investigative costs
Charles v. State - postconviction relief
Manko v. Manko - reopening evidence
Manney v. MBV Eng'g - repose statute, construction
Johns v. State - sentencing
Krol v. FCA - arbitration; MMWA; certified conflict
McKenzie v. State - sexual predator, trial court jurisdiction, certified conflict
Adams v. State - return of personal property
Lancaster v. DOC - second-tier certiorari, habeas corpus, parole violation
Salber v. Frye - certiorari, expert finance arrangements; certified question
Dinnal v. State - sentencing, juvenile
Baruchel v. Dalton - pro se sanctions
US Bank v. Williamson - certiorari, corporate representative, nonresident deposition
Gonzalez v. FNMA - pro se sanctions


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