Florida Appeals Court Decisions: Week of February 15 - 19, 2021

Appellate & Trial Support   |   February 19, 2021
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U.S. Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals

Bibby v. MIC - vacating this, FCA, materiality, public disclosure, personal jurisdiction
Rohe v. Wells Fargo - All Writs Act, bankruptcy
Camarena v. ICE - immigration, removal, jurisdiction
Barrios v. DHS - immigration, removal, jurisdiction

Florida Supreme Court - Tallahassee

Krol v. FCA - MMWA, single document rule, arbitration agreement
In re Fla Prob R - amended rules

First District Court of Appeal - Tallahassee

Ferguson v. Inch - sentencing
Dozier v. Duval Cnty Sch Bd - school guardians, firearms on campus
Shaw v. Shaw - attorney's fees, findings
Seale v. State - postconviction relief
Mims v. State - postconviction relief
Tyson v. Tyson - premature appeal, fees without amount
DOH v. Favero Orchids - administrative challenge, fees and costs award
Lofton v. State - plea bargain, right to appeal
Flagg v. State - pro se sanctions

Second District Court of Appeal - Lakeland

Nichols v. State - incomplete jury instructions, alligators
DAW v. State - sentencing
Williams v. Samuels - contempt, required findings

Third District Court of Appeal - Miami

Baxter v. State - manslaughter, evidence
Salazar v. Gomez - fraud on court, inconsistent statements
Schuenzel v. Schuenzel - equitable distribution, fees without amount, prejudgment interest
Fernandez v. Citizens - insurance coverage, summary judgment
Corrales v. Corrales - equitable distribution, alimony
Corridon v. Corridon - marital dissolution, personal jurisdiction, child support
Stone v. Germann - summary affirmance
Desroses v. State - mootness
Thorson v. State - habeas corpus
Diaz v. State - sentencing
Stover v. DOH - physician discipline, emergency order review
Valencia v. Pennymac - certiorari, protective order, irreparable harm
VLH v. State - juvenile, probation violation
Grantley v. Miami-Dade Clerk - mandamus, confession of error
Samara v. Tenet Fla - appellate jurisdiction, rehearing denial

Fourth District Court of Appeal - West Palm Beach

Prentice v. State - sentencing
Butler v. Fla Peninsula Ins - insurance, Coblentz settlement, statute of limitations
Harrington v. Harrington - martial settlement, contempt, purge provision

Fifth District Court of Appeal - Daytona Beach

Saavedra v. Universal Property- summary judgment, conditions precedent, failure to plead
Jackson v. State - concurrence, cell passcode, self-incrimination
Capitaine v. State- Spencer warning, pro se
McClarty v. State - Spencer bar, pro se

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