Monthly Archives: March 2012

Fourth DCA Reverses Order of Contempt

By Robin Bresky |

Parris v. Silveira and Parris Case No. 4D11-3006 Angelica Parris gave birth to a child while married to Joseph Parris. Angelica later filed for divorce, representing in her petition for dissolution that there were no minor children of the marriage. The trial court entered a final judgment of dissolution of marriage. Silveira later filed… Read More »

Riviera Beach Confidential: Fourth DCA Rejects Notion of Privilege for Confidential Informants

By Robin Bresky |

City of Riviera Beach v. State of Florida Case No. 4D10-4522 The office of the state attorney subpoenaed information from the City of Riviera Beach that included the names of confidential informants the City had used. The trial court ordered the City to comply with the subpoena. The City filed a petition for writ… Read More »

What’s Good For One Child May Not Be Good For Another. Fourth DCA Affirms Termination of Mother’s Parental Rights to One of Several Children.

By Robin Bresky |

S.L. v. Department of Children & Families Case No. 4D11-3844 The trial court rendered an order terminating a mother’s parental rights to her minor child, S.A. S.A., whose father was serving a long sentence of incarceration, was residing with his half-siblings (the mother’s other children) and their father. The Department had sought to terminate… Read More »

Law Offices of Robin Bresky Obtains Affirmance of Summary Judgment Against Apartments That Sought to Evict Residents

By Robin Bresky |

Canterbury Apartments, Inc. v. Sokol, Case No. 10-21735 CACE (26); L.T. Case No. 09-7287 COCE (53) We represented the tenants of a unit of a co-operative apartment building. Prior to our involvement in the case, the apartment building management filed suit against our clients alleging five separate violations of the lease, corporation by-laws, and… Read More »