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Florida Appeals Court Decisions: Week of June 8 - 12, 2020

Appellate & Trial Support   |   June 12, 2020
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U.S. Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals

USA v. Yarbrough - search and seizure
Fernandez v. Trees - employment, Title VII, FCRA

Florida Supreme Court - Tallahassee

Lawrence v. State - capital case, postconviction relief
Cave v. State - capital case, postconviction relief
Wheeler v. State - supreme court jurisdiction

First District Court of Appeal - Tallahassee

Bielec v. State - sentencing
Hooks v. State - double jeopardy
Northcutt v. Turner - certiorari, medical records
Garrison v. PHH Mort - foreclosure, default, waiver, preservation
Butler v. State - crash, leaving scene; sentencing
D’Amico v. Clemmons - prison discipline
Gerville-Reache v. Gerville-Reache - child support
Meeks v. Inch - certiorari, prison discipline
Know v. State - search and seizure
TB v. Humana - fair hearing, health services
Sampaio v. State - robbery
Bowling v. State - sentencing
Blalock v. State - probation violation
Daniels v. State - aggravated assault
Jones v. State - circumstantial evidence, DUI manslaughter
DZE v. Vickers - causation, voluntary impairment
Newberry Sq v. Jim’s Coin - estoppel, pleading stage
Stillions v. State - child abuse
Woods v. State - evidence, prior convictions
Jacksonville v. O’Neal - workers’ compensation

Second District Court of Appeal - Lakeland

FIGA v. Carmen - sinkhole, insurance, certified question
Qosaj v. State - inconsistent verdict
Knott v. Genung - appellate jurisdiction, probate
Rich v. State - certiorari, Stand Your Ground

Third District Court of Appeal - Miami

Rosen v. Harborside Suites - D’Oench; guaranty
Pares v. Soriano - rehearing, telephonic attendance
David v. State - defense of others, instructions, closing argument
Spear v. Denmark - trustee fees, costs
Llanso v. WNF Law - res judicata, § 57.105
Richards v. DOR - administrative support
Edwards v. CIT Bank - non-party standing, appellate jurisdiction
Garcia v. State - appellate jurisdiction, vacatur
N Miami Bch v. Miami Gardens - mootness, amended complaint
Goodenow v. Nationstar Mort - appellate jurisdiction, stay denial
MR v. Evolutions Treat - involuntary commitment

Fourth District Court of Appeal - West Palm Beach

Matrisciani v. Garrison Prop – remittitur; PIP; setoff; proposal for settlement
Brickell Fin Serv v. Road Transp – settlement agreement; ambiguity; mediation communications
Bain v. State – probation violation; competency
Haver v. City of WPB – municipal zoning; code enforcement; individual remedies
Price v. Taylor – domestic violence injunction; ex parte

Fifth District Court of Appeal - Daytona Beach

Kemp v. State - costs, investigation
Williams v. Salt Springs Resort - en banc, FCCPA, association assessments
Lefkowitz v. Schwartz - summary judgment, estate, constructive trust  
McDade v. Hicks - preservation, appellate jurisdiction
Isom v. State - competency, appellate jurisdiction
McGovern v. Clark - dissolution, § 742.091
Smith v. State - sentence
State v. Ingram - sentence, probation
State v. Paul - drug trafficking, constructive possession
Security First Ins v. Phillips - declaratory relief, policy inception
Rodriguez v. State - manslaughter, sentence
Dungan v. Memorial Health - certiorari, errata sheet
Blevins v. State - Anders appeal, costs
Avatar Prop v. Simmons - certiorari, claim file, work product
DaSilva v. In re Guardianship - Spencer warning, pro se


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