Florida Appellate Practice

The Tenth Edition of Florida Appellate Practice is the go-to source that addresses practical issues about appellate practice in Florida. This manual provides guidance on filing a notice of appeal, determining which orders are appealable, preparing motions, and many other essential practice concerns.
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The new Tenth Edition is the go-to source that addresses practical issues about appellate practice in Florida. Turn to this manual for guidance on filing a notice of appeal, determining which orders are appealable, preparing motions, and many other essential practice concerns. The manual covers civil, criminal, administrative, and juvenile delinquency appeals.

Highlights of the Tenth Edition include:

  • Intro note from Chief Justice Labarga
  • Updates of rules of court procedure, particularly regarding technology and filing, and Rules Regulating The Florida Bar, particularly regarding ethics
  • Practical updates of specific district courts of appeal clerical procedure
  • Extensive update and rewrite regarding administrative law appeals
  • Thorough update of case law throughout
  • Explanations of attorneys’ fees and costs in different types of appeals
  • Explanations of possible consequences for attorney’s actions or lack of timely actions in appellate courts

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CONTENTS


1.  Effective Appellate Advocacy

       The Honorable Jorge Labarga


2.  Professional Responsibility Of Appellate Advocates

       Raymond T. Elligett, Jr.


3.  Jurisdiction And Review

       Craig J. Trocino


4.  Supreme Court Procedures And Practices

       Steven L. Brannock and Sarah Pellenbarg


5.  Internal Organization Of The District Courts Of Appeal

       Jon S. Wheeler, Mary Elizabeth Kuenzel, Mary Cay Blanks,

       Lonn Weissblum and Joanne P. Simmons



6.  Appellate Standards Of Review

       Harvey J. Sepler


7.  Civil Appeals

       Siobhan Helene Shea


8.  Administrative Appeals

       Stephen C. Emmanuel


9.  Criminal Appeals And Juvenile Delinquency Appeals

       Michael Ufferman and Glen P. Gifford


10.  Overview Of Extraordinary Writs

       Siobhan Helene Shea


11.  Writ Of Certiorari In Florida

       Valeria Hendricks


12.  Mandamus

       Angela C. Flowers


13.  Prohibition

       Tracy Raffles Gunn


14.  Quo Warranto

       Nancy Wear


15.  Habeas Corpus

       Stuart C. Markman and Katherine Earle Yanes


16.  Orders Subject To Review

       Matthew J. Conigliaro


17.  Stays

       Julissa Rodriguez, Stephanie L. Varela, Jay A. Yagoda and Nancy Wear


18.  The Record On Appeal

       John G. Crabtree and Nancy Wear


19.  Preparation Of Briefs

       Dorothy F. Easley


20.  Amicus Briefs

       Dorothy F. Easley


21.  Attorneys' Fees

       Tracy Raffles Gunn


22.  Motion Practice

       Valeria Hendricks and Jay Walter Thomas


23.  Oral Argument

       The Honorable Steven D. Merryday


24.  Disposition Of Case After Appeal

       Susan W. Fox


INDEXES

Florida Statutes


Florida Constitution

Laws of Florida

Florida Administrative Code

Florida Family Law Rules of Procedure

Florida Probate Rules

Florida Rules Of Appellate Procedure

Florida Rules Of Civil Procedure

Florida Rules Of Civil Procedure — Sexually Violent Predators

Florida Rules Of Criminal Procedure

Florida Rules Of Judicial Administration

Florida Rules Of Juvenile Procedure

Florida Rules Of Traffic Court

Florida Small Claims Rules

Rules Regulating the Florida Bar

Florida Ethics Opinions

United States Constitution

United States Code

Federal Rules Of Appellate Procedure

Federal Rules Of Civil Procedure

Federal Rules Of Bankruptcy Procedure

Florida Supreme Court Rules

Cases

Subjects