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Florida Appeals Court Decisions: Week of September 12 - 16, 2022

Florida Appeals Court Decisions: Week of September 12 - 16, 2022

Appellate & Trial Support   |   September 16, 2022
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U.S. Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals

Knepfle v. J&P Cycles - personal jurisdiction, expert testimony
Kroner v. IRS Comm’r - tax penalty, concurrence

Florida Supreme Court - Tallahassee

Mosley v. State - capital case, direct appeal
In re Fla Fam L R Pro - amended rule

First District Court of Appeal - Tallahassee

Khayrallah v. State - electronic threat
Jayne v. Beef O’Brady’s - undertaker doctrine
Levitan v. Dancaescu - fraudulent inducement, contract
Deshotels v. Stewart - appellate jurisdiction, dismissal
DOH v. Khan - administrative complaint, motion to amend
Knapp v. State - search and seizure
Echo River v. 21st Cent Mort - foreclosure, security interest, bankruptcy stay
Verasso v. State - motion to supplement record, caution
Armstrong v. State - appellate jurisdiction, tolling time
Davis v. State - prohibition, represented pro se defendant, exception

Second District Court of Appeal - Lakeland

Carrion v. State - preservation of error, scrivener’s error, certified question
Pops Family Entmt v. Kelly - lease, merger into purchase agreement
Kidwell Grp v. Am Integrity Ins - assignment of benefits, § 627.7152
Allstate v. Ray - certiorari, document production, privilege
Tillman v. State - sentencing
Athienitis v. Makris - marital dissolution, due process
Moore v. State - sentencing
Lorusso v. State - pro se sanctions

Third District Court of Appeal - Miami

United Auto v. G&O Rehab - IME, failure to appear, dismissal
JD v. State - delinquency, remote trial
Adenin v. In re Estate of Adenin - probate, venue, jurisdiction
Seaway Biltmore v. Abuchaibe - certiorari, discovery sanctions
Yachtbrasil v. CNP XII Ventures - appellate jurisdiction, nonfinal order
Dalk Land v. Giampaoli - second-tier certiorari, administrative review

Fourth District Court of Appeal - West Palm Beach

Baker v. State - sentencing
Carlson v. Frengut - income withholding order
Thompson v. Geico - proposal for settlement
Santana Equestrian v. Richtmyer - replevin
Robinson v. State - license suspension, knowledge

Fifth District Court of Appeal - Daytona Beach

Carglass v. Esurance - lack of prosecution, dismissal
Graham v. Battey - temporary injunction, bond
Fonseca v. State - Anders appeal, sentence
Winters v. State - rehearing; postconviction relief


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