Daytona Beach Criminal Defense and Personal Injury Law Firm, Delgado & Romanik, Launches Stunning New Website

Attorney Tim Pribisco[4] joined Delgado & Romanik in August. Mr. Pribisco is on the Board of Directors of the St. Johns County Bar Association. Admitted to the Florida Bar in 2011, after graduating cum laude from Florida Coastal School of Law, Mr. Pribisco began his legal career in civil private practice but soon moved on to work as an Assistant State Attorney in Daytona Beach. Once there, he was quickly promoted to Flagler County’s felony docket, where he worked with the Special Investigations Unit of the Flagler County Sheriff’s Office.

Over the course of his five-year career with the State Attorney’s Office, Mr. Pribisco tried over 30 jury trials ranging from first degree misdemeanors to capital felonies. Before joining Delgado & Romanik, he prosecuted sex crimes, firearms offenses, and repeat offenders as the Career Criminal Prosecutor in St. Johns County. When he is not busy fighting for his clients, Mr. Pribisco enjoys fishing, golfing, and trying to play guitar like Jimi Hendrix.

Attorney James Disinger[5] joined Delgado & Romanik in September. Mr. Disinger is a member of the FACDL and a member/co-pitmaster for a professional BBQ team which competes in FBA and GBA sanctioned events. After graduating from Stetson University College of Law in 2001, Mr. Disinger returned to his hometown of Vero Beach as an Assistant State Attorney in the 19th Judicial Circuit, later moving to Seminole County in the 18th Judicial Circuit. In 2005, Mr. Disinger went into private practice as a criminal defense lawyer. In recognition of his skills, the State Attorney’s Office offered Mr. Disinger a position with the Career Criminal Unit in DeLand in 2010, which he accepted.

Prior to joining Delgado & Romanik, Mr. Disinger was a Division Chief at the DeLand State Attorney’s Office, as well as a Sex Crimes and Career Criminal Prosecutor. Mr. Disinger is an accomplished trial lawyer who has handled thousands of complex criminal cases and has tried over 110 criminal jury trials, both as a prosecutor and a criminal defense attorney. When he is not busy serving his clients, Mr. Disinger is an active father who enjoys running, coaching youth volleyball at local club, and volunteering at the DeLand YMCA.

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