A jury took less than 15 minutes to return a not guilty verdict against a former Daytona Beach police officer who was defended by managing partner Aaron Delgado.
We need to consider decriminalizing marijuana and regulating its sale.
After more than five years, countless hours of debate and several failed attempts, Daytona Beach is going to get a homeless shelter.
Daytona Beach city commissioners made it clear they’re sticking to their plan to build a concrete block shelter.
After a year of a very visible panhandling problem, Daytona Beach city commissioners are considering adopting a measure that would ban the public solicitation in some areas of the city.
Aaron Delgado said in a phone interview that there are benefits to risk protection orders but they could go too far.
A judge dismissed charges against our client, ruling that she had sold Waverly Property Group and therefore was not responsible for taxes prosecutors accused her of not paying. She was defended by Aaron Delgado and Blake Taelman.
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.
Come to the Town Hall to discuss the future of Main Street.
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.
It’s easy to list problems on Main Street. Finding solutions will prove to be a harder task.
With a split vote at their meeting, 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.
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.
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 soon.
The vast majority of Daytona Beach voters approved allowing more people to get medical marijuana. Managing Partner Aaron Delgado is in support.
Defense attorneys for Ramara Garrett argued at a hearing that tax evasion charges against her should be dismissed because she had sold the business and was no longer responsible for the taxes.
Local officials are ignoring the will of the voters.
West Volusia will likely get its first medical marijuana dispensary before the end of the year.
In the aftermath of Daytona Truck Meet 2017, the area found a special event it didn’t want.
A new downtown Daytona Beach court complex could prove to be the catalyst that draws in other new development.