Daniel Aaronson graduated from the University of Florida in 1976 with a degree in advertising from the School of Journalism and Mass Communication. After graduating, Mr. Aaronson took a year off from school and worked as the Advertising Director for Frankart Furniture based out of New Roschell, New York.
In 1977 Mr. Aaronson enrolled at the Cumberland School of Law in Birmingham, Alabama. During his time at Cumberland School of Law, Daniel Aaronson was selected to be one of the initial members of the “American Journal of Trial Advocacy”, a law review form of association specifically tailored to trial practice.
Mr. Aaronson was also elected to be on the school’s Honor Court as one of the justices. In addition, Mr. Aaronson was on the staff of the law school newspaper “Pro Confesso” as a contributing writer and eventually the newspaper’s Advertising Director.
In December of 1979, Daniel Aaronson completed his courses at Cumberland School of Law, having done the three year program in two and one half years. Upon graduation, Mr. Aaronson sat for and on first try, passed the New Jersey, Georgia and Florida Bar exams.
In 1980, Mr. Aaronson was admitted to practice law in the States of Georgia and New Jersey and in early 1981 in the State of Florida. Mr. Aaronson is still licensed to practice law in all three states including the various Federal Courts.
During his nearly four years as an attorney with the Public Defender’s Office in Dade County, Daniel Aaronson represented thousands of clients with over a hundred of the cases going to trial by either Judge or jury. As a felony trial attorney, Mr. Aaronosn represented clients charged with any type of felony from possession of drugs to grand theft to robbery to sexual battery and even second degree murder.
Upon leaving the Public Defenders Office after nearly four years, Daniel Aaronson and James Benjamin formed the law firm of Benjamin & Aaronson. Mr. Aaronson has continued to represent criminal defendants along with branching out into the area of First Amendment freedoms and adult entertainment law.
While in private practice, Daniel Aaronson again has represented defendants in criminal cases charged with all sorts of law violations including first degree murder. In fact, Mr. Aaronson has been successful in achieving two not guilty as charged on two separate first degree murder cases during the time in private practice.
Benjamin & Aaronson, P.A. found their way into the First Amendment adult entertainment arena when all of the adult bookstores in Broward County had all of their inventory seized by a conjunction of various law enforcement departments within Broward County.
After nearly a three year battle, Benjamin & Aaronson was successful in getting all of the materials returned to the stores. This event, spearheaded Benjamin & Aaronson’s endeavors into adult entertainment and First Amendment rights.
Mr. Aaronson’s expertise has not only been recognized in the courtroom, but in other forums. He has on several occasions lectured before members of the Florida Bar on issues ranging from jury selection and opening statements to the limitations on government in suppressing speech. Mr. Aaronson’s lectures provided those in attendance with continuing legal education credits necessary to keep up their Bar requirements.
In essence, Mr. Aaronosn is available to fight for your rights whether it is your criminal rights and freedoms or your First Amendment and adult entertainment rights and freedoms. He is willing and able to take on any fight and no government agency puts a fear in him.
Whether it is a white collar crime, a crime of violence or even a victimless crime, Mr. Aaronson is there to fight for you. Whether it is a zoning dispute, licensing fight or even an obscenity prosecution, Mr. Aaronson is there for you to defend and protect your freedoms.
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