Apr 15, 2015 ... Initially, we agreed the admission of this evidence constituted error, but believed the error harmless under the existing law. Special v. Baux, 79 So.3d 755 (Fla. 4th DCA 2011). The Supreme Court of Florida subsequently issued its decision in Special v. West Boca Medical Center, 39 Fla. L. Weekly S676 (Fla ...
Jul 29, 2015 ... Case opinion for FL District Court of Appeal DE SOUSA v. JP MORGAN CHASE. Read the Court's full decision on FindLaw.
DISTRICT COURT OF APPEAL OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA. FOURTH DISTRICT. July Term 2014. YEINSON TORRES HURTADO and VIVIANA HURTADO ESCOBAR,. Appellants, v. NIGEL DESOUZA,. Appellee. Nos. 4D12- 1817 and 4D13-1469. [November 26, 2014]. Consolidated appeals and cross- appeal from the ...
Florida Fourth District Court of Appeal Decisions 2014.
Defendant was arrested after law enforcement officers discovered marijuana plants growing in Defendant's home. The officers did not make any efforts to obtain a search warrant before entering the home. Defendant filed a motion to suppress. The circuit denied denied the motion to suppress, concluding that the inevitable ...
D'Souza v. State Med. Bd. of Ohio - 2009-Ohio-6901.
Vivian D'Souza is a practicing Pulmonary Disease doctor in Ormond Beach, FL.
Apr 25, 2002 ... action accrues at the time the loan was entered into. See DeSouza v. DeSouza, 708. So. 2d 993 (Fla. 4th DCA 1998); Stoudenmire v. Florida Loan Co., 117 So. 2d 500. (Fla. 1st DCA 1960).2 This is consistent with the common law rule applicable to written payable-on-demand notes. See Ruhl, 390 So.
IN AND FOR PALM BEACH COUNTY,. FLORIDA. CASE NO.: 10 CA 16866 AE MB. Nigel DeSouza,. Plaintiff,. V. Yeinson Torres Hurtado, et al.,. Defendants. ... 2d 1352, 1358 (Fla. 1994). A statute that merely. "relates to the admission of evidence" is generally considered procedural. Windom v. State, 656 So. 2d 432, 439 ...