Violent Crimes Defense Lawyers Serving Volusia And Seminole Counties

At Damore, Delgado & Romanik , our attorneys for violent crimes are skilled at handling these challenging cases and can help you fully understand your rights under the law. We provide comprehensive violent crime and criminal defense representation to clients throughout Central Florida. We have offices in Daytona Beach, DeLand and Altamonte Springs.

Attorney David R. Damore is a former Chief Homicide Prosecutor and Chief of the Felony Trial Division of the State Attorney's Office. He has handled more than 300 criminal trials, prosecuted more than 50 first-degree murder cases and garnered national media attention on "Dateline," "Criminal Justice Files" and Courtroom TV. When you need a defense lawyer who is unafraid to tackle the most difficult case and take it all the way, turn to us.

Attorneys For All Types Of Charges

Damore, Delgado & Romanik handles a full spectrum of violent crime charges, including:

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We stress the importance of having experienced representation at your first appearance in court. Recent legislative changes may make it more difficult to be released on bond, so it is important to have knowledgeable counsel at your hearing.

Gun Enhancement Charges Can Add Years To Your Sentence

In Florida, if you are convicted of using a gun in the commission of a crime, you may face additional penalties. For example, if a gun is used in a drug trafficking crime, you could face up to 15 years in prison as opposed to five years. In cases involving violent crime, gun enhancement penalties can also add years to your prison sentence. In general, when a gun is involved in the commission of a crime, the following sentencing enhancements apply:

  • Brandishing or carrying a gun can add up to 10 years in prison.
  • Killing or injuring someone with a gun results in a life sentence (with the possible exception of self-defense cases under Florida's new " stand your ground" law).
  • Aiming or firing a gun in the commission of a crime can add up to 20 additional years of prison time.

In addition to representing American citizens accused of violent crimes, we provide legal permanent residents and other clients with comprehensive violent crime and criminal defense representation in conjunction with immigration matters.

Contact a violent crime defense lawyer at Damore, Delgado & Romanik today by calling 386-492-8694 or by sending us an email. We offer a free initial consultation and are available to visit clients in jail whenever necessary.