Florida Appeals Court Decisions: Week of April 11 - 15, 2022

Florida Appeals Court Decisions: Week of April 11 - 15, 2022

Appellate & Trial Support   |   April 15, 2022
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U.S. Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals

US v. Moss - health care fraud
Dotson v. US - time bar
US v. Woodson - Miranda, sentencing, concurrence
Thayer v. Chevrolet Buick Cadillac - liability for loaner cars
US v. Hakim - waiver of counsel, dissent
Wells v. Warden - en banc order, vacating this PLRA "three strikes" case

Florida Supreme Court - Tallahassee

No opinions this week.

First District Court of Appeal - Tallahassee

Escambia Cnty Sch Bd v. Warren - administrative standing, raised sua sponte
Harris v. State - sentencing
Robinson v. State - sentencing
Patterson v. State - evidence, personal knowledge, authentication
Washington v. DOR - employment, discrimination, retaliation
Pappas v. State - postconviction relief
Poggi v. FWCC - administrative appeal, jurisdiction
Knowles v. State - postconviction relief
Amtec Less Lethal v. Fowler - appellate jurisdiction, rule 9.130

Second District Court of Appeal - Lakeland

Shazam Auto Glass v. GEICO - appellate jurisdiction, circuit court fee order
KB Home v. Taishan Gypsum - finality, adopting magistrate order, vacating default
Mauriello v. POA Lake Parker Estates - prevailing party fees
Maderi v. State - certiorari, court intervention program, admission
Ryan v. State - sentencing
Clerk Collier Cnty v. Brandon - bail bond, forfeiture, remission

Third District Court of Appeal - Miami

1000 Brickell v. Miami - real property, municipal dedication, reverter
Sadlak v. Trujillo - child support, imputed income
Miami Dade College v. Verdini - sovereign immunity
Sadlak v. Trujillo - family law case, trial court transfer
Ramos v. Miami-Dade - negligence, sudden stop
Peng v. Citizens - Daubert, outcome determinative
Miami v. Blanco - certiorari, video recordings, law enforcement

Fourth District Court of Appeal - West Palm Beach

PBC School Brd v. Groover - Public Sector Whistleblower Act, equitable relief
Philip Morris v. Gore - proposals for settlement, attorney's fees, double recovery
Dean v. State - Marsy's Law, victim rights
Godfrey v. People's Trust Ins - insurance, proof of loss
Ceballos v. Barreto - parenting plan, due process

Fifth District Court of Appeal - Daytona Beach

Teet v. State - sexual battery, child; custodial authority
City of Cocoa v. The Villas - temporary injunction, contract
Payne v. Koch - certiorari; child, behavioral therapy

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