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Berry v. Orange County

United States Court of Appeals, Eleventh Circuit

November 19, 2014

BRIAN BERRY, JERMARIO ANDERSON, REGINALD TRAMMON, EDWYN DURANT, Plaintiffs - Appellees,
v.
ORANGE COUNTY, et al., Defendants, TRAVIS LESLIE, Deputy, KEITH VIDLER, Corporal, in his Individual Capacity, Defendants - Appellants

Appeal from the United States District Court for the Middle District of Florida. D.C. Docket No. 6:11-cv-01740-CEH-KRS.

For Brian Berry, Jermario Anderson, Reginald Trammon, Edwyn Durant, Plaintiffs - Appellees: Shayan H. Modarres, Jackson & Modarres, Orlando, FL; Natalie Jackson, Women's Trial Group, Orlando, FL.

For TRAVIS LESLIE, Deputy, KEITH VIDLER, Corporal, in his Individual Capacity, Defendants - Appellants: Bruce Robert Bogan, Deborah Irene Mitchell, Melissa Jean Sydow, Hilyard Bogan & Palmer, PA, Orlando, FL.

For ORANGE COUNTY, a Political Subdivision of the State of Florida, Defendant: Linda Brehmer Lanosa, Central Florida Expressway Authority, Orlando, FL.

For JERRY DEMINGS, Orange County Sheriff, in his Individual and Official Capacities, Defendant: Jeanelle Glover Bronson, Grower Ketcham Rutherford Bronson Eide & Telan, PA, Orlando, FL; Ramon Vazquez, Philip J. Wallace, Grower Ketcham Rutherford Bronson Eide & Telan, PA, Maitland, FL.

For KEN LAWSON, Secretary, Department of Business and Professional Regulation, in his Individual and Official Capacities, Defendant: Robert D. Keough, Keough & DuBose, PA, Orlando, FL.

Before ED CARNES, Chief Judge, TJOFLAT, HULL, MARCUS, WILSON, WILLIAM PRYOR, MARTIN, JORDAN, ROSENBAUM, JULIE CARNES, and JILL PRYOR, Circuit Judges.

OPINION

BY THE COURT:

A petition for rehearing en banc having been filed, a member of this Court in active service having requested a poll on whether this case should be reheard en banc, and a majority of the judges of this Court in active service having voted in

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favor of granting rehearing en banc, it is ORDERED that this case will be reheard en banc. The panel's opinion is VACATED.


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