" Calleigh's response is that she doesn't date people she's even remotely involved with at work, and Eric replies "Ok, for now." Caine, impressed by Eric's eye for the minute details, convinces him to go to the police academy, get his badge and work for the new CSI team later.
During a night of clubbing with friend and colleague Tim Speedle, Delko is seen kissing Connie Wilkes, a woman he barely knew.
Marisol was murdered by a Mala Noche sniper after she married Delko's boss, Horatio Caine.
Eric finds himself being sued for 0,000 in personal injury after intervening in a heated and physical argument between a man and his wife in a bar (episode 513, "Throwing Heat").
Delko pressed his mother for the truth after he revealed that he knew his American birth certificate was a forgery, and had acquired his real birth certificate from Cuba.
He told her he became suspicious after realizing several key facts in the story of their arrival in the US changing each time she told it.
Eric Delko is the fingerprint, tires and drug identification expert of the Miami-Dade Crime Lab, as well as their underwater recovery expert.
Delko has a bachelor's degree in chemistry from the University of Miami, where he played right field for the baseball team (and is a former college classmate of wildlife conservationist Jeff Corwin).
He also will occasionally get angry, but still maintains his caring nature when a situation calls for it.
In the season 8 opener, it was revealed in a flashback that Eric discovered a BMW that was dumped in the Everglades with a body in the rear, and called Detective Caine.
Eric was a tow truck driver at the time and was on a quest to find sunglasses for Caine.
He is also shown to be very protective of women, despite being a bit of a 'player', especially if they are being abused or in an abusive relationship (episode 513, "Throwing Heat").
Eric seems to have some personal issues, as is shown by him occasionally seeing therapists.