Essay 1: Crim Law/Juvenile Delinquency: Larceny/Theft, Florida doesn't make distinctions between larceny, false pretenses etc. Also robbery, not initially but he used force to leave. Also battery. There were also 4th Amendment issues as well as search and seizure, Miranda Rights issues to discuss. Also discussed "fruit of the poisonous tree" and the exclusionary rule concerning all evidence of the search. He was 16, so this also incorporated juvenile delinquency. Rehabilitation is the focus, as well the juvenile has most normal Due Process rights.
Essay 2: Florida Con Law: How to create a Bill: Issues I discussed were the lack of title of the bill, vague/broad title's are unconstitutional, requires an "Enacting Clause". Bicameral legislature. Spend for the General Welfare. Section 1: Establishment Clause violation by giving time off for religious treatment. Strict scrutiny. Section 2: Mandatory blood testing was an invasion of privacy issue, fundamental right, strict scrutiny. Section 3: Guns- doesn't fit with the rest of the proposed bill, bill's are required to be single issue, no logrolling. Section 4: Access to courts. All sections should apply strict scrutiny test because they implicated fundamental rights.
Essay 3: Real Property: Discussed homestead, quit claim deed vs. general warranty deed, buyer protections. Florida is a notice state, order of priority of mortgages. Tenancy by the entirety, can't take out mortgage without wife's signature. Discussed who the defendants would be, how to enjoin them. This was my longest essay by far.
Florida MC: Florida Civ Pro, Florida Crim Pro, Florida Evidence, and Wills.
MBE: Morning was easier for me, the afternoon had some tricky questions. Felt pretty good about knocking 2 answer choices off immediately but there were some where I felt the questions weren't very clear or either answer was good.
Hope this helps for the above. Good luck to everyone.