A Florida appeals court reversed and remanded a $90,000 judgment against Miami in a case that hinged on a Google Maps photograph. It found the photo entered into evidence was unauthenticated and inadmissible in litigation that turned on how images from the popular app varied from the scenes they depicted.

The Third District Court of Appeal ruled in favor of the city. Miami had appealed to the court after unsuccessfully motioning for a new trial in litigation with Miami-Dade County resident Juanita Kho.

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