Florida Appeals Court Decisions: Week of March 9 - 13, 2020

Appellate & Trial Support   |   March 13, 2020
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U.S. Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals

In re Krieg - bankruptcy
Keohane v. Fla DOC - § 1983, Eighth Amendment

Florida Supreme Court - Tallahassee

Pedroza v. State - juvenile sentencing
Sanchez-Torres v. State - capital case, postconviction relief

First District Court of Appeal - Tallahassee

Petrano v. Baylor - lack of transcript
MacNeil v. Crestview Hosp - class action, medical services, PIP
Bryan v. ACHA - Medicaid lien
Johnson v. State - murder, photo evidence, instructions, closing
Dominguez v. SE Personnel - workers' compensation
Casper v. State - sentencing
Morris v. State - sentencing
Hyland v. DOC - habeas corpus
State v. Oppenheimer - en banc denial
State v. Petagine - en banc denial, criminal hazing
State v. Kluttz - en banc denial

Second District Court of Appeal - Lakeland

Acevedo v. State - misstated burden of proof
Grimshaw v. State - sentencing
Deutsche Bank v. Bennett - sanction, dismissal, certified conflict
Jones v. State - child neglect
Waldron v. Trican - unliquidated damages
Morroni v. Wilmington Sav - foreclosure, standing
DiLeonardo v. State - probation revocation
Svetlanovich v. State Farm - insurance, misrepresentations
4927 Voorhees Rd v. Tesoriero - arbitration
Stanlick v. Stanlick - domestic violence injunction
Avatar P&C v. Jones - certiorari, work product
Douglas v. State - postconviction relief
Sanchez v. State - sentencing
Davis v. State - juvenile sentencing
AJS v. EE - appellate jurisdiction
Ciccarello v. Siena Villas - appellate jurisdiction
Bunnell v. State - competency
Velenty v. Saraiva - manifest weight
Kernan v. Deutsche Bank - foreclosure
Robinson v. Polk Cnty Sch Bd - closing argument
Sewell v. Blackman - habeas corpus

Third District Court of Appeal - Miami

Rivera v. State - sentencing
CS v. State - delinquency
State v. Yero - appellate jurisdiction
Super Cars v. Webster - settlement agreement
Marriott v. Fisher & Davidson - certiorari, lis pendens
O'Steen v. State - child support

Fourth District Court of Appeal - West Palm Beach

Rivera v. State - Stand Your Ground hearing
Dawson v. Hernandez - redemption, foreclosure
Waveblast Watersports v. UH-Pomano - lease, end date
Cox v. US Bank - foreclosure, standing
Kokhan v. Auto Club Ins - insurance, exclusion
State v. Dixon - postconviction relief
BB Inlet Prop v. 920 N Stanley - riparian rights, sanctions
World-Class Talent v. Giordano - corporate dissolution
Williams v. Boyd-Panciera Family Funeral - emotional distress, physical impact
Sager v. Sager - dissolution, distribution
Citizens For Thoughtful Growth v. West Palm Beach - discovery, member names, standing

Fifth District Court of Appeal - Daytona Beach

Bank of America v. Green Emerald - dismissal, mortgage superiority
Romaine v. Romaine - clarification, settlement agreement, counteroffer
Biss v. Biss - contempt sanction, lack of transcript
Cook v. Bank of NY - foreclosure, attorney's fees
Beato v. State - passport surrender, return
Hartman v. State- Spencer bar, pro se
Campbell v. State - plea, competency
Easley v. State - Spencer warning, pro se
Bellomy v. State - Spencer Millan v. State warning, pro se
Millan v. State - sentence, vindictiveness

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