Florida Appeals Court Decisions: Week of June 15 - 19, 2020

Appellate & Trial Support   |   June 19, 2020
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U.S. Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals

US v. Oliver - sentencing
Hyde v. Irish - sanctions without jurisdiction
Amy v. Carnival - maritime, negligence
US v. Allen - sentencing
Swain v. Junior - prison conditions, COVID

Florida Supreme Court - Tallahassee

Fla Bar v. Herman - bar discipline

First District Court of Appeal - Tallahassee

Evans Rowing v. Jacksonville - triple concurrences, land use, certiorari
Johnson v. Johnson - alimony, child support
Lewis v. DOR - child support

Second District Court of Appeal - Lakeland

Catalano v. State - Stand Your Ground
Owners Ins v. Allstate - insurance, UM coverage 
Furst v. Rebholz - homestead, rental space, constitutional challenge
Ricketts v. Ricketts - certiorari, medical records
Burke Prods v. Access Elec - personal jurisdiction
Gaudet v. State - sentencing
Rodriguez v. State - sentencing
Edwin Taylor v. Griffin Contr - lien priority
Downs v. State - postconviction relief

Third District Court of Appeal - Miami

Lexington Ins v. Mintz Truppman - prohibition, federal court fees
Garcia v. JPMorgan Chase - homestead, lien
Mitchell v. State - Williams rule evidence
Silver Law v. Bates - § 57.105 sanctions
Barber v. State - prohibition, judicial disqualification
ESJ JI v. Airplay Adv - independent tort doctrine, scope of notice of appeal
Marwan v. Sahmoud - prohibition, judicial disqualification
Figueredo v. Cordero - hearing attendance, prisoner
AH v. State - sentencing
Tahan v. Munoz - non-party discovery, interrogatories, ilk
Tamiami Elec v. Infinity - second-tier certiorari, circuit court appeals

Fourth District Court of Appeal - West Palm Beach

Morales v. State - probation revocation
Johnstone v. State - stalking, probation
O’Neal v. State - sentencing
Lewis v. US Bank - foreclosure, lost note
Lucky Nation v. Al-Maghazchi - re-foreclosure, redemption
Lewis v. Broward County Sch Bd - teaching contracts
Lugassy v. Lugassy - right to contract

Fifth District Court of Appeal - Daytona Beach

Singh v. Walt Disney Parks - tax assessment, real property
State v. Brown - sentence, downward departure
LAT v. State - firearm, public discharge; dismissal
Chappell v. State - sentence, cost
Discount Sleep v. Ocala - fire service, tax, user fee
Carlson v. State - criminal; continuance, plea withdrawal
Seiwert v. Seiwert - post-dissolution, recusal
Gause v. State - Anders appeal, cost
Miller v. State - Anders appeal, cost
Moran v. State - Spencer warning, pro se

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