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Amendments to 348.50


The 2022 Florida Statutes

Title XXVI
PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION
Chapter 348
EXPRESSWAY AND BRIDGE AUTHORITIES
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F.S. 348.50 Florida Statutes and Case Law
348.50 Title of law.This part shall be known and may be cited as the “Tampa-Hillsborough County Expressway Authority Law.”
History.s. 1, ch. 63-447.

Statutes updated from Official Statutes on: August 29, 2022
F.S. 348.50 on Google Scholar

F.S. 348.50 on Casetext

Amendments to 348.50


Arrestable Offenses / Crimes under Fla. Stat. 348.50
Level: Degree
Misdemeanor/Felony: First/Second/Third

Current data shows no reason an arrest or criminal charge should have occurred directly under Florida Statute 348.50.


Civil Citations / Citable Offenses under S348.50
R or S next to points is Mandatory Revocation or Suspension

Current data shows no reason a civil citation or a suspension or revocation of license should have been issued under Florida Statute 348.50.


Annotations, Discussions, Cases:

  1. Canonica v. Canonica

    No. A-0177-20 (App. Div. Feb. 25, 2022)
    After considering the parties' submissions and hearing oral argument, Judge Morgan granted the ex-wife's motion and denied the ex-husband's cross-motion, explaining his analysis in his written decision. The judge also awarded the ex-wife counsel fees of $4, 348.50, finding the ex-husband had acted in bad faith. This appeal by the ex-husband ensued.
  2. Broas v. Broas

    472 N.W.2d 671 (Minn. Ct. App. 1991)   Cited 21 times

    income $1791.00 $1394.00 Guideline percentage required 25% 25% Guideline amount of support 447.75 348.50 Percent of time parent has custody 50% 50% Guideline amount reduced by percentage of custody 223

  3. Malishka v. MetLife

    639 F. App'x 788 (3d Cir. 2015)   Cited 3 times
    Relying on the detail summaries, MetLife determined that Decedent was not covered under the Plan at the time of his death. In his first eligibility quarter, MetLife determined that Decedent worked 395 hours. Thus, Decedent met the initial eligibility requirement and was able to apply 45 hours to his reserve bank. In his second eligibility quarter, MetLife determined that Decedent worked 282.50 hours, satisfying the continuing eligibility requirement and successfully maintaining coverage. In his third eligibility quarter, however, MetLife determined that Decedent worked only 159 hours. Decedent was therefore rendered ineligible for coverage as, even with his 45 reserve hours, he did not meet the continuing eligibility requirement. In his fourth quarter, MetLife determined that Decedent worked 348.50 hours, 1.50 hours short of meeting the initial eligibility requirements.
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  4. In re SGK Ventures, LLC

    Case No. 13 B 37603 (Bankr. N.D. Ill. Dec. 23, 2014)

    24,106.50 Date Name Task Code Hours Rate Fees Description 10/1/2014 TBS Operations 0.30 $ 495.00 $ 348.50 Call with Patty Lundin regarding Frewsburg operations. 10/1/2014 TBS Operations 0.50 $ 495.00 $ 247

    148.50 Call with Erich Buck regarding subpoenas. 10/8/2014 TBS Case Administration 0.30 $ 495.00 $ 348.50 Email correspondence with Rich Newman regarding environmental insurance. 10/8/2014 TBS Operations

  5. Nat. Trust for Hist. Preserv. v. Corps of Engineers

    570 F. Supp. 465 (S.D. Ohio 1983)   Cited 3 times

    Joseph A. Jordan 2.2 90.00 198.00 168.30 210.38 210.38 Kevin Doyle (law 16.4 20.00 328.00 278.80 348.50 348.50 clerk) C. Gregory Dole 19.3 40.00 772.00 656.20 820.25 820.25 (city planner) _________ 16,366

  6. Nickey Gregory Company, LLC v. Agricap, LLC

    C.A. No. 6:07-3605-HMH (D.S.C. Jun. 8, 2010)   Cited 3 times
    Nickey Gregory submits evidence documenting the time and labor counsel expended on this action. (Nickey Gregory Mem. Supp. Pet. Att'y Fees Exs. (Affs. of Weyman Carter and Mary Jean Fassett, and Decl. of Jason Read and accompanying documentation).) Taken together, the documentation demonstrates that the Plaintiffs' counsel spent 819.38 hours litigating the three cases, of which 521.86 hours are attributed to Nickey Gregory. The remainder is time billed to Poppell's Produce. Nickey Gregory was attributed 63.69% of the time because "Nickey Gregory's trust claim accounts for 63.69 percent of the total sum of the two trust claims." (Id. 5.) McCarron Diess attorneys billed 348.50 hours and McNair Law Firm attorneys billed 272.20 hours on this matter. (Id. 6-7.)
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  7. Zopatti v. Rancho Dorado Homeowners Ass'n

    CASE NO. 10CV1091 DMS (WVG) (S.D. Cal. Jan. 10, 2012)   Cited 4 times
    Based on the foregoing, the Clerk taxed $14,943.50 for deposition transcripts out of $22,215.03 requested by Defendants. The Clerk arrived at the taxed amount by deducting $7,271.53 from $22,215.03 as follows: +-----------------------------------------------------------------------------+ ¦Expedited service for Karan Zopatti transcript, vol. 1: ¦$680.00 ¦ +-----------------------------------------------------------------+-----------¦ ¦Expedited service for Karan Zopatti transcript, vol. 2: ¦348.50 ¦ +-----------------------------------------------------------------+-----------¦ ¦Expedited service for Karan Zopatti transcript, vol. 3: ¦714.00 ¦ +-----------------------------------------------------------------+-----------¦ ¦Expedited service for Dr. Dan Harper transcript: ¦513.22 ¦ +-----------------------------------------------------------------+-----------¦ ¦Expedited service for Christopher Zopatti transcript (entire ¦1,688.09 ¦ ¦invoice): ¦ ¦ +-----------------------------------------------------------------+-----------¦ ¦Expedited service for Alan Kaplan, M.D. transcript (entire ¦1,174.29 ¦ ¦invoice): ¦ …
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  8. United States v. Grillot

    CIVIL ACTION NO. 14-2539-SRD-SS (E.D. La. Dec. 14, 2015)   Cited 3 times

    72 53,451.00 134.50 124.10 6.50 King 1.80Clark 2.50 12/01/15 5,571.00 18.80 8.20 Total $116,631.00 348.50 203.10 15.90 9.70 Less 572.00 2.60 Net $116,059.00 345.90 203.10 15.90 9.70 TABLE B - Lodestar Sought

  9. Malishka v. Metro. Life Ins. Co.

    CIVIL ACTION No. 13-0516 (E.D. Pa. Sep. 24, 2014)   Cited 1 times
    Before making its final determination of Malishka's claim, MetLife sought additional information from the Plan. On August 6, 2013, Timothy Copperwheat, a MetLife claims administrator, and Bridget Hillebert, a Plan employee, exchanged emails. Recognizing the deficiency in Eligibility Quarter three, Copperwheat asked if the Decedent was disabled during that period, and whether there was "any form of hour [Decedent] could have used . . . to bring his total from 348.50 to 350." Id. at 586 Hillebert responded that Decedent "was not on disability credit for that quarter," and that Decedent was ineligible because "reserve bank hours cannot be used to re-establish eligibility." Id. at 585-86.
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