Damore, Delgado & Romanik In The News

Volusia shelter might not open until summer 2018 - At the beginning of this year, city officials were hopeful a shelter could be open before December, but now that looks impossible.
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Daytona considering Brown & Brown request - Brown & Brown’s plans for a new office building in downtown Daytona Beach filled with hundreds of new employees could have an estimated $237 million economic impact on the community every year.
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OUR VIEW: The future of Main Street - Come to the town hall.
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In search of Main Street’s future - Local residents are beginning to discuss what they want Daytona Beach’s Main Street, now dominated by bars and empty properties, to be in the years ahead.
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Daytona Beach Main Street problems debated - It’s easy to list problems on Main Street. Finding solutions will prove to be a harder task.
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Daytona allowing medical pot dispensaries - With a split vote at their meeting Wednesday night, a majority of city commissioners voted against banning the dispensaries that will now provide medical marijuana to people with serious illnesses who have prescriptions from their doctors.
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Confederate plaques removed from Daytona Beach park - The city made its decision to take down the markers one week after a deadly clash in Virginia over the removal of a statue of Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee.
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Daytona food truck rally proposed for September - An agreement still needs to be worked out with a company that organizes food truck rallies. But if that gets hammered out and city commissioners approve it, there will be abundance of tasty things for sale on the beachside at the end of next month.
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Daytona residents, city commission at odds over pot dispensaries - The vast majority of Daytona Beach voters approved allowing more people to get medical marijuana. But a majority of city commissioners are leaning toward banning dispensaries in the city.
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Waverly’s Ramara Garrett back in court on tax evasion charges - Defense attorneys for former Volusia County real estate business owner Ramara Garrett argued at a hearing Tuesday that tax evasion charges against her should be dismissed because she had sold the business and was no longer responsible for the taxes.
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OUR VIEW: Get real on medical pot - Local officials are ignoring the will of the voters.
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Dispensary to Deltona: Medical marijuana by 2018 - West Volusia will likely get its first medical marijuana dispensary before the end of the year.
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New courthouse, other plans, could transform downtown Daytona Beach - A new downtown Daytona Beach court complex could prove to be the catalyst that draws in other new development, spurs housing construction and inspires professionals to rent out the abundance of empty downtown office space.
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Lane: After last weekend, Daytona doesn’t want to keep on truckin’ - In the aftermath of Daytona Truck Meet 2017, the area found a special event it didn’t want.
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Daytona city officials poised to try more food trucks - Daytona Beach is planning to host a food truck event on Main Street in the next few months, and also start stationing grocery-style food trucks with fresh fruits and vegetables in various parts of the city.
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Civil rights group criticizes Volusia sheriff’s park sex sting - A civil rights group has criticized a Volusia County Sheriff’s Office undercover sting targeting public sex at parks as a heavy-handed tactic that forcibly outs gay men and is disproportionate to the alleged crimes.
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Food truck craze could hit Daytona Beach - Managing Partner Aaron Delgado expresses support of proposal to make food trucks permanent or semi-permanent fixtures in some parts of the city, citing their benefits for local businesses and patrons.
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Daytona may forgive fines to speed beachside fixes- Managing Partner Aaron Delgado continues to express strong support for city commissioners' vote that will bring beachside properties into compliance with code violations.
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Volusia, Daytona consider land-share deal - Managing Partner Aaron Delgado makes motion for a continuance in order to have time to have more time to make a decision on land usage.
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Daytona properties with unpaid fines could face foreclosure - Managing Partner Aaron Delgado expresses his strong support of new efforts to go after code violators.
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Drafting Volusia homeless shelter contract to take more time - Managing Partner Delgado expresses that it is a waste of tax dollars to spend extra money on proposed city homeless shelter site, stating "That's the type of stuff that gives politics a bad name."
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Daytona officials resolve to get tough on blight -Managing Partner Aaron Delgado requests that City Attorney investigate feasible city code changes aimed at expediting city's procedures for condemnation of unsafe, dangerous and dilapidated structures.
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Shelter proposal in county's court, Daytona commission waits for reaction - Managing Partner Aaron Delgado expresses hope that the county will fulfill its funding for the shelter project he strongly supports.
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OUR VIEW: Ball in county's court - Managing Partner Aaron Delgado assembles a task force of area legal and law enforcement officials to promote proposed homeless shelter plan as successful.
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PASSIONATE DEBATE: Meeting on Daytona’s beachside draws large crowd – Managing Partner Aaron Delgado attending a meeting on the beachside struggles and getting our community back.
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Blighted Corridor: Daytona’s East ISB is broken. Can $25.75M fix it? – Managing Partner Aaron Delgado weighing in on improvements to our community.
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Daytona homeless shelter: Who will be County Council’s swing vote? – Managing Partner Aaron Delgado protecting our community’s homeless.
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AARON DELGADO: Costly to wait on shelter – Managing Partner Aaron Delgado fighting to keep the momentum moving forward for homeless shelters.
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‘40 Under 40’ Local Business Leaders – Managing Partner Aaron Delgado touted as a 40 under 40 Business Leader for his achievements, both professionally and as a community volunteer.
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Game on for Russian hotel and condos in Daytona Beach – Managing Partner Aaron Delgado excited about our community’s growth and job potential.
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Daytona City Commission Adds Member to New Homeless Board – Managing Partner Aaron Delgado, the elected Daytona Beach City Commissioner for Zone 2 pushes for prompt action to address homelessness in Daytona Beach.
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Ex-Bunnell Cop Sentenced to Three Years in Prison – Aaron Delgado and Daniel Leising successfully negotiated a reduced charge for a former Bunnell police officer; he will not be a sex offender as a result of this plea and received a substantial downward departure.
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Volusia, Flagler sheriffs weigh in on new asset forfeiture law – New Asset Forfeiture Law creates guidelines that law enforcement agencies must adhere to. Managing Partner Aaron Delgado hailed the changes and said it will cause agencies to become more judicious in how and what they choose to seize.
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U.S. Supreme Court considers legality of DUI breath tests- Managing Partner Aaron Delgado states that this consideration will benefit may of the firm’s clients as breath, blood, and urine tests are considered as searches and are protected by the Fourth Amendment.
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Daytona attorney's $100,000 sports car stolen from driveway – Managing Partner Aaron Delgado’s car that was stolen from his driveway was found in Manatee County, Florida. Mr. Delgado commends law enforcement in the quick and efficient handling of the theft and of the return of the vehicle.
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OUR VIEW: Police crossed line in lawyer's office – Managing Partner Aaron Delgado has serious concerns in the fact that officers are coming into lawyers’ offices. Not only could it have dire effects on the attorney-client privilege, but it could also become an ethical issue.
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Attorney: Fly-In woman not 'dealing in stolen golden retrievers' – Managing Partner Aaron Delgado defends diligently defends the elderly and refuses to allow her to spend even one night in jail.
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Owner of Deltona adult store gets probation in HIV case – Managing Partner Aaron Delgado was successful in getting client who was looking at a third degree felony to a first degree misdemeanor and probation.
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All charges dropped in coffee company pot case- Managing Partner Aaron Delgado gets all charges dropped for client and commends the detective in the case and the Assistant State Attorney in their handling of the case.
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Suspended interim Flagler Beach fire chief has case dismissed – Managing Partner Aaron Delgado is successful in getting charges against client dismissed.
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Local attorney Delgado wins MMA debut – Managing Partner Aaron Delgado takes to the cage and just as he is in defending his clients, he was relentless and obtained the win.
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Former Volusia sheriff's deputy gets 2 years' probation in homeowners association cash thefts – Managing Partner Aaron Delgado was successful in getting his client a withhold of adjudication and not having a felony on his record.
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Daytona police chief claims judge has 'bias' in drug case – Managing Partner Aaron Delgado commending the Judicial System for protecting warrantless searches.
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31 Daytona Beach red-light tickets dismissed for lack of documentation – Managing Partner Aaron Delgado successfully defends against red light camera tickets.
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Arrests highest in Port Orange, but so is percentage of cases dropped or reduced – Managing Partner Aaron Delgado is successful in protecting client’s rights and due process.
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Radio station owner Wilhite found not guilty of sex charges – Managing Partner Aaron Delgado successfully obtains a not guilty verdict for client.
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Orange City woman gets 20 years for DUI deaths – Attorney for the firm
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Supreme Court changes rules on informants – Attorney for the firm Daniel Leising weighs in on Supreme Court’s ruling on informants.
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DeBary official pleads no contest to reckless driving – Attorney for the firm successfully negotiated a less serious charge.
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Flagler man's license revoked after 3rd DUI – Attorney for the firm Daniel Leising successfully negotiated a client’s sentence to five year’s probation.
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EEOC sues insurance brokerage on behalf of pregnant job applicant – Partner Matthew Romanik chimes in on employees’ rights while defending a client against discrimination in the work place.
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Holly Hill man collapses at courthouse after outburst- Firm partner David Damore was successful in working a deal for client to misdemeanor and 6 months probation.
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Police find bear shot to death near Daytona Beach homeless camp – Partner David Damore successfully negotiated a deferred prosecution agreement, community hours and a fine for his client.
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Ousted Southeast Volusia ad authority chief gets probation – Partner David Damore successfully negotiated a reduction from a felony fraud charge to three years probation, community hours, and restitution.
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Unlike ex-DeLand cop's warning, recent pot traffic stops by Volusia deputies led to arrests – Partner David Damore makes his opinion known about special preferences within the police department.
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3 defendants in Palm Coast shooting to be sentenced Nov. 3 – Partner David Damore is successful in negotiating a three year probation for client. Read Article

Man aims laser light at officer's car, arrested, officials say
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Volusia, Flagler defense attorneys complain about plea deals – Partner David Damore speaks out against prosecutors to protect defendant’s constitutional rights.
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Judge recuses self after allegation of 'off-the-record' sentencing deal – Partner David Damore once again protecting his client’s constitutional rights.
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Driver in South Daytona skateboarder traffic death to be released from jailRead Article

Picking jury a challenge in balance and social media – Partner David Damore keeping up with today’s modern technology to protect his clients.
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John's Appliance owner demands apology from chief for remarks after raid
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NSB High student arrested in attack over Instagram photo posting – Partner David Damore
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Man involved in fatal drug deal rip-off gets probation – Partner David Damore successful in negotiating probation for client.
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Volusia County Council candidate charged in fraud scheme – Partner David Damore protecting our community leaders against false allegations.
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Police tape could determine coach's future – Partner David Damore - protecting client’s rights.
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Lawsuits against radio station owner continue to pile up – Partner David Damore and Managing Partner Aaron Delgado successfully obtain a not guilty verdict for client.
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Daytona cracks down on Heritage Inn for code violations – Attorney for the firm Eric Latinsky
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Raffle for fired DeLand cop held in secrecy – Attorney for the firm Eric Latinsky is diligent in protecting client’s rights.
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Volusia County, Prince Mongo find 'peace and harmony' over extravagant house – Attorney for the firm Eric Latinsky successfully negotiates a settlement between County and client.
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Judge allows request for DNA sample – Attorney for the firm Eric Latinsky fighting for his client’s right to privacy.
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Council expands rule on hobby breeding – Attorney for the firm Eric Latinsky yet again going up against the County to protect client’s rights.
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News Coverage For the Firm

  • NOVEMBER 2012: A woman admitting guilt to charges of escape, fleeing law enforcement and driving under the influence, contested an attempted felony murder charge. Assisted by Damore, Delgado & Romanik , she was found guilty of a lesser charge in that case.
  • JUNE 2012: Hometown News take an in-depth look into the effect red-light cameras have on the community at large. Attorney Aaron Delgado is featured as a legal resource within the article.
  • MARCH 2012: Aaron Delgado supplies a guest column in the Orlando Sentinel regarding the "slippery slope" that comes with red-light cameras and how ultimately they are eroding our general civil rights.
  • AUGUST 2011: The Wall Street Journal's Law Blog covers the topic of red-light cameras, focusing solely on attorney Aaron Delgado's mission to challenge their use and influence on traffic law enforcement.
  • DECEMBER 2010: Two officers accused of misdemeanor criminal mischief are cleared of wrongdoing after a judge rules that they were not operating with malice or intent.
  • SEPTEMBER 2010: A coach accused of soliciting prostitution stays out of legal trouble and subsequently keeps his job.
  • OCTOBER 2010: Current Dayton Beach Mayor Derrick Henry is cleared of voter fraud — while serving as City Commissioner of Dayton Beach — with legal assistance from Damore, Delgado & Romanik .
  • MAY 2010: A man facing serious charges of drug trafficking and unlawful possession of drugs is acquitted.
  • NOVEMBER 2009: A radio station owner is cleared of sex charges with legal help from the firm.
  • 2002: A comprehensive background and associating timeline is provided in the case of Aileen Wuornos, who was prosecuted by attorney David Damore.