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BARNETT vs. FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT SERVICES

BARNETT vs. FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT SERVICES
03/07/07

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BARNETT vs. FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT SERVICES 


 


 


 


 


Supreme Court of Florida


 


 


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No. SC06-1224


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RICK BARNETT, etc., et al.,


Petitioners,


 


vs.


 


FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT SERVICES,


Respondent.


 


 


 


[February 1, 2007]


 


PER CURIAM.


We accepted jurisdiction to review Barnett v. Department of Management Services, 931 So. 2d 121 (Fla. 1st DCA 2006), in which the First District Court of Appeal certified a question of great public importance. After further consideration, we conclude that we should exercise our discretion and decline review because the circumstances of this case are fact-specific. Accordingly, this review proceeding is dismissed.


It is so ordered.


LEWIS, C.J., and WELLS, ANSTEAD, PARIENTE, QUINCE, CANTERO, and


BELL, JJ., concur.



NO MOTION FOR REHEARING WILL BE ALLOWED.


Application for Review of the Decision of the District Court of Appeal - Certified Great Public Importance



First District - Case No. 1D05-1731



(Bay County)



Larry E. Levy of the Levy Law Firm, Tallahassee, Florida,



for Petitioners



Robert C. Reid and Theresa Proctor of Bryant, Miller and Olive, P.A., Tallahassee, Florida, and Michael S. Davis of Bryant, Miller and Olive, P.A., Tampa, Florida,



for Respondent





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Description Court accepted jurisdiction to review Barnett v. Department of Management Services, 931 So. 2d 121 (Fla. 1st DCA 2006), in which the First District Court of Appeal certified a question of great public importance. After further consideration, court conclude that court should exercise our discretion and decline review because the circumstances of this case are fact specific. Accordingly, this review proceeding is dismissed.
It is so ordered.

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