Florida DUI Results from Delgado & Romanik, PLLC

by Aaron Delgado
11/13/19 (Updated: 11/27/19)
90%
Out of 325 DUI cases, 292 (90%) were reduced from a DUI to a less serious offense or had their charges dismissed!
Case Results
  • DUI Cases Reduced or Dismissed
  • Reduced to Reckless Driving
  • Reduced to Reckless Driving with Adjudication of Guilt Withheld
  • DUIs Resolved in Other Ways
  • Not Guilty DUI Trials

See below for results disclaimer.

While every case is unique and past results do not guarantee any future result, our firm is proud of our track record in defending DUI charges.  We looked over the Volusia County Clerk of Court (and other Clerks’ websites) to compile publicly available data about our most recent three hundred (300) or so DUI cases.  What we learned was pretty exciting.

Delgado & Romanik’s Recent DUI Results

Out of 325 DUI cases, 292 were reduced from a DUI to a less serious offense or had their charges dismissed—that means 90% of our DUI cases were reduced or dismissed!

Of those 292 cases:

  • 56% were reduced to reckless driving
  • 18% were reduced to reckless driving with adjudication of guilt withheld
  • 26% were resolved in other ways, including winning Motions to Suppress and completing successful plea negotiations

Of our 325 DUI cases, 31 went to trial and 74% were found not guilty at trial.

From DUI to Reckless Driving

Oftentimes when it is not possible to get a DUI charge dropped, our lawyers are able to get it reduced to reckless driving, or “wet reckless.” Reckless driving in Florida will add 4 points to your license and may carry a few other ramifications, but they are minor compared to the consequences of a DUI conviction.

Not Guilty DUI Trials

Most DUI cases are resolved before trial, but a not guilty trial verdict is the best possible outcome for those that do. When someone is found not guilty of DUI, it means their case is closed and they will not face the mandatory fines, jail time, or other collateral consequences of a DUI conviction.

Adjudication Withheld for Reduced Reckless

When an adjudication of guilt is withheld, it prevents a person from being formally branded a convicted criminal. When a person receives a withhold of adjudication of guilt in Florida, they can legally deny having been convicted for the crime, although it can still appear on background checks from employers unless they are able to have their criminal record sealed. Additionally, the withhold of adjudication will prevent them from triggering the numerous collateral consequences of a DUI conviction.

Don’t Hesitate to Contact a DUI Lawyer

Finding the right DUI lawyer to represent you (or a loved one) can be a daunting task. At Delgado & Romanik, PLLC, our attorneys work around the clock to help those arrested for DUI in Daytona Beach, DeLand, and the surrounding areas. We know how devastating a DUI charge can be. Our lawyers fight breathalyzer results, field sobriety exercises, and more to get the best DUI results possible for each client’s charges.

We know the law and we know your rights. Let us help you make sure they are scrupulously honored. All of our criminal defense attorneys are well-versed in DUI defense. In addition, Firm Partner Aaron Delgado is a Florida Bar Board Certified Criminal Trial Lawyer who lectures throughout Florida on DUI and trial law, and has been honored by the Daytona Beach News-Journal as the area’s top DUI lawyer.

If you need a DUI lawyer in Daytona Beach or DeLand, don’t hesitate to contact our office. Our lawyers are available for emergency calls 24/7, 365 days a year at 386-222-6677. This will give you a chance to receive accurate legal information from an experienced Florida DUI lawyer who can give you fact-specific information and help you decide how to best handle a time-sensitive situation such as a looming DUI charge.

Additional Resources

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Disclaimer:

The information in this section contains descriptions of our past results and statements regarding the quality of our law firm’s services. The information has not been reviewed or approved by the Florida Bar. You should know that the facts and circumstances of your case may differ materially from the matters in which results have been provided.

Not all cases handled by Delgado & Romanik, PLLC, are provided. The results are not necessarily representative of all results or of the experience of all clients with our law firm. Every case is different, and each client’s case must be evaluated and handled on its own merits.

All attempts to ensure accuracy have been made, but please report any errors or omissions to our attention. This information should not be used to predict an outcome in your case as every case is very different.

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