Second-tier certiorari is not a second appeal; it is extraordinarily limited, and narrow in scope. Advanced Chiropractic & Rehab. Ctr. Corp. v. United Auto. Ins. Co., 103 So.3d 866, 868 (Fla. 4th DCA 2012). Circuit courts are intended to have final appellate jurisdiction over county court case, and further review is limited to whether the circuit court failed to afford petitioner procedural due process in the appeal or departed from the essential requirements of law, that is, committed a grievous error which results in a miscarriage of justice. Custer Med. Ctr. v. United Auto. Ins. Co., 62 So.3d 1086, 1093–94 (Fla.2010).