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Florida Appeals Court Decisions: Week of February 10 - 14, 2020

Appellate & Trial Support   |   February 14, 2020
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U.S. Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals

Teagan v. City of McDonough - § 1983, false imprisonment
MSPA Claims 1 v. Kingsway Amigo Ins - Medicare

Florida Supreme Court - Tallahassee

Mungin v. State - capital case, postconviction relief
Doty v. State - capital case, sentencing
In re Bar Admissions - amended rules
Cannon v. State - capital case, postconviction relief

First District Court of Appeal - Tallahassee

Krysiak v. Kissimmee - workers' compensation
Rogers v. State - sentencing, jurisdiction
Melton v. State - sentencing, jurisdiction
Bedwell v. Moore - belated civil appeal
Cameron v. State - robbery, putting in fear
Emerald Grande v. Abrams - declaratory judgment, condo declaration
Zenith v. Cruz - workers' compensation
Williams v. State - postconviction relief
Way v. Davison-Way - Applegate affirmance
Bracht v. State - sentencing
State v. Jackson - certiorari, discovery
Earley v. State - Rogers v. State - sentencing, jurisdiction
Pullins v. Candelaria - prohibition, judicial disqualification
Orchids v. DOH - appellate standing, administrative review
Edwards v. Inch - belated civil appeal

Second District Court of Appeal - Lakeland

Schurr v. Hertz - § 57.105 sanctions
JAF v. AJR - repeat violence injunction
Githler v. Grande - fees, costs, following merits
Way v. State - Stand Your Ground
Montgomery v. State - battery, instructions, victim testimony
Alford v. State - evidence, consciousness of guilt
Wendel v. Mease Hosp - certified question, summary judgment standard

Third District Court of Appeal - Miami

Martin v. State - probation violation
HR v. State - delinquency, preservation of error
Pena v. State - felony murder, evidence
Rudman v. Numismatic Guaranty - forum selection clause
Metalonis v. Eastgroup - voluntary dismissal, jurisdiction
Moore v. State - second-tier certiorari, Sixth Amendment, courtroom closure
Stolar v. DOH - appellate standing, administrative review
Jackson v. State - pro se sanctions
Efron v. UBS - arbitration, postponement
Robinson v. Robinson - paternity, limitations

Fourth District Court of Appeal - West Palm Beach

Radler v. State - justifiable use of force, proffer
Kitchings v. State - rebuttal evidence, previous statement
Townsend v. CT Box - quiet title
Schroeder v. MTGLQ Inv - foreclosure, doc stamps
Dania Beach Boat Club v. Forcier - condo termination
Wells Fargo v. Bricourt - foreclosure, lost note
Peterson v. Pollack - statutory immunity
Wilmington Savings v. Stevens - foreclosure, standing
Lopez v. Hus - LLC management
Key v. State - sentencing
Saye v. State - postconviction relief

Fifth District Court of Appeal - Daytona Beach

Carter v. Hart - alimony, modification, civil contempt
Muszynski v. Muszynski - final order, appellate jurisdiction
Wardell v. Fifth Third - foreclosure, summary judgment
State v. Bush - postconviction relief
State v. Cowart - criminal dismissal, threat to child
Elmore v. State - postconviction relief
Jones v. Jones - guardian compensation
Pollock v. DOR - appellate record
Hodges v. State - plea withdrawal
McGhee v. State - postconviction relief
Johnson v. State - Spencer warning, pro se


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