The 3rd District Court of Appeal on Wednesday reversed a trial court directive labeling the Ford Explorer a public hazard.

In a scathing opinion, Judge Vance Salter wrote for the unanimous three-judge panel that an order issued last November by Miami-Dade Circuit Judge David Miller “departed from the essential requirements of law” and caused “irreparable harm” to Ford Motor Co.

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