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Florida Appeals Court Decisions: Week of July 13 - 17, 2020

Appellate & Trial Support   |   July 17, 2020
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U.S. Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals

US v. Deason - Miranda, obscenity
Carrizosa v. Chiquita - pseudonyms, privacy
Corley v. Long-Lewis - appellate jurisdiction, final decision, standing
MSP Recovery v. QBE - Medicare Secondary Payer Act, standing
US v. Gumbs - forcibly assault officer, instructions, evidence
Rendon v. Att'y Gen - immigration
Tesoriero v. Carnival - premises liability, notice, res ipsa loquitur
Bates v. DOC - habeas corpus
US v. Martinez - sentencing
Williams v. Aguirre - qualified immunity, state-agent immunity, malicious prosecution
Dallas v. Warden - ineffective assistance
US v. Stein - sentencing
US v. Chalker - healthcare fraud, indictment, evidence; continuance

Florida Supreme Court - Tallahassee

No decisions this week.

First District Court of Appeal - Tallahassee

Okefenoke EMC v. Dayspring Health - prescriptive easement
Cotton v. State - postconviction relief
Medina v. Miami Dade - workers' compensation
Ivory v. State - certiorari, prison discipline
Huckaby v. State - ineffective assistance, appellate counsel
Baron v. Baron - alimony
Moore v. State - fundamental error, lesser included instruction
Johnson v. State - Nelson inquiry; sentencing
Bradford v. State - ineffective assistance, appellate counsel
Cuevas-Rodriguez v. Plata - appellate jurisdiction
Goss v. State - severance, Confrontation Clause
Rembert v. State - sentencing
Newman v. State - collateral crime evidence
Makere v. Allstate - employment, administrative review
Williams v. Hicks - postconviction relief
Hampton v. State - postconviction relief
Moran v. State - belated appeal
Norton v. DOR - appellate jurisdiction

Second District Court of Appeal - Lakeland

Grant v. State - burglary instruction
Mack v. State - juvenile sentencing
Emke v. State - sentencing
Blair v. State - probation revocation; jail credit
Witters Contracting v. West - slander of title, fraudulent lien
Haynes v. Blackshear - medical malpractice, verdict, separate claims
Rost Inv v. Cameron - unjust enrichment
Jeanne Tate Esq v. COW - adoption, parental rights
USAA v. Bay Area Injury - certiorari, insurance, discovery
Global Disc v. Butterfield - tax deed sale, proceeds, priority

Third District Court of Appeal - Miami

Bailey v. Shelborne Ocean Bch - condominium, special assessments
Lopez v. State - Stand Your Ground
Ferguson v. State - postconviction relief
Levy v. Levy - marital dissolution, attorney's fees
Guillen v. State - postconviction relief
RJ Reynolds v. Rouse - Engle progeny, detrimental reliance
Ruchimora v. Grullon - personal injury, referral relationship evidence
Miami Bch v. 3098 Alton Rd - mandamus, city utilities
Valsaint v. Alphonse - paternity, child support
BB v. State - resisting officer
Foreman v. James - certiorari, indirect civil contempt, fees
Mezei v. Tzynder - timesharing

Fourth District Court of Appeal - West Palm Beach

Johnson v. State - peremptory strike, preservation
Bank of New York v. Calloway - foreclosure, standing
Williams v. State - demonstrative evidence, photogrammetry
Bailor v. Bailor - dissolution, timesharing
Bender v. Shatz - writ dissolution, burden of proof
State v. Bishop - postconviction relief
BA Mortgage v. Baigorria - wild mortgage
Broward County Sherriff's Office v. Hamby - certiorari, reinstatement
Chevalier v. Emmerson - contempt, timesharing

Fifth District Court of Appeal - Daytona Beach

Rettley v. State - robbery, sufficiency of evidence
Pricher v. Pricher - dissolution, alimony, beneficiary
Weiker v. State - postconviction relief
Brockhaus v. State - probation revocation, due process
Gordon v. State - rehearing; Anders, costs
Hilbert v. State- criminal, investigative costs
Freeman v. State - involuntary commitment, evidence
Green v. State - Spencer warning, pro se


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