Florida Appeals Court Decisions: Week of November 7 - 11, 2022

Florida Appeals Court Decisions: Week of November 7 - 11, 2022

Appellate & Trial Support   |   November 11, 2022
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U.S. Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals

Owens v Ga Office of Student Achievement - disability accommodation

Florida Supreme Court - Tallahassee

In re Fla R Civ P - taxable costs
Fla Bar v. Arugu - attorney discipline

First District Court of Appeal - Tallahassee

Hartman v. DOC - gain time
Golden v. Tanzler - pro se sanctions
Knight v. State - Miranda, preservation of error
Allstate v. Castro - insurance, confession of judgment
Fla First Fin Servs v. Randolph - choice of law, waiver, fee-shifting
State v. Richmond - certiorari, order denying discovery
Martin v. State - preservation of error, recross, body camera footage
Chestnut v. DOC - appellate jurisdiction
Howard v. State - sentencing
Goodrich v. Goodrich - domestic violence injunction
NcNeill v. State - sentencing
Hughes v. State - pro se sanctions
Thomas v. State - dismissal, failure to file appealed order
Worrell v. State - clerk’s duty to provide record on appeal

Second District Court of Appeal - Lakeland

Landrum v. State - sentencing
Rawe v. Coleman - cross-examination, Root Cause Analysis, accident report
Stroud v. State - search and seizure
Arroyave v. State - postconviction relief
Welsh v. Martinez - foreign contempt order, enforcement

Third District Court of Appeal - Miami

Hess v. PMG-S2 Sunny Isles - summary judgment, pleading amendment
Ibarra v. Ross Dress for Less - respondent superior, summary judgment
Metalonis v. Boies Schiller - arbitration, exceeding authority
Moss v. Safepoint - summary affirmance
Coley v. State - plea withdrawal
Marin-Casariego v. Linale - certiorari, presuit, medical negligence
Grove Isle v. Lindzon - punitive damages amendment, corporate liability

Fourth District Court of Appeal - West Palm Beach

Deutsche Bank v. Pereira - attorney’s fees, multiplier
Bailey v. State - Anders, scrivener’s error
United Auto v. Lauderhill Med Ctr - reimbursement, fee schedule
Schenavar v. Schenavar - dissolution, vacate final judgment
Ayala v. Interavia Spares - attorney’s fees, entitlement
Akerman v. Cohen - certiorari, privilege
Alizzi v. Alizzi - temporary relief
Hiatt v. Mathieu - travel expenses, preservation via motion for rehearing

Fifth District Court of Appeal - Daytona Beach

Bowers v. Smith - timesharing, venue

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