Esteemed Federal Criminal Trial Attorney Carrie Goldner Cinquanto Joins GPFF
Philadelphia – October 8, 2019 – Caroline (Carrie) Goldner Cinquanto has joined Greenblatt, Pierce, Funt and Flores, LLC (GPFF) as “Of Counsel.” Ms. Cinquanto has successfully defended individuals investigated and charged with crimes in federal, state, and military courts since 1992. She is among the most distinguished practicing attorneys for complex federal criminal matters. Her resume includes a comprehensive academic background, meritorious military service, and a career in both the state courts of Pennsylvania and the federal courts of New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Delaware. Ms. Cinquanto has successfully handled hundreds of trials, grand jury investigations, and federal appeals, in matters ranging from homicide to corporate tax fraud.
Carrie began her career as a Judge Advocate in the United States Navy. She later returned to service after 9/11 as an Air Force captain. While in the service, Ms. Cinquanto represented the accused in Courts-Martial, Article 32 Investigations, and Courts of Inquiry. She has also been appointed by commanding officers of various military bases to conduct the military’s equivalent of internal investigations. For her service, Carrie received the Navy-Marine Corps Medal of Commendation and the Navy Achievement Medal.
Ms. Cinquanto also directed the Masters in Trial Advocacy Program at Temple University’s Beasley School of Law where she supervised the program’s faculty and taught classes to experienced attorneys – including general counsels, law firm partners, and even several sitting judges.
She has been honored as a lecturer by the National Institute of Trial Advocacy, the Pennsylvania Bar Institute, the Fair Criminal Trials Workshop in Xining, China, the Rule of Law Institute of the Catholic University of Lublin, Poland, and the Public Defender Service of the District of Columbia. Annually, Carrie teaches a courtroom skills program throughout Africa for the International Law Institute, African Center for Legal Excellence.
In addition to her courtroom work, Carrie is currently an adjunct professor at Villanova University, where she teaches Trial Advocacy. She is also the Director of Temple Law School’s John S. Bradway High School Mock Trial Camp and Competition.
Ronald L. Greenblatt, GPFF’s managing partner stated, “I have known and worked with Carrie for over twenty (20) years. To have someone of her stature join us to run our federal criminal practice is such a high complement for our firm. Her background and abilities are a natural fit for GPFF. We are proud to work with such a distinguished attorney.”
Founded 23 years ago as an aggressive criminal defense law practice, Greenblatt, Pierce, Funt and Flores, LLC has grown into a full-service law firm offering individuals assistance in virtually all areas of criminal, employment, personal injury, civil rights, and family law. The firm has three offices in Pennsylvania and New Jersey. Visit www.gpfflaw.com for more information.