Cybercrime Attorneys in Orlando – (407) 901-5852
In recent years, cryptocurrency trade and generation has ballooned into a major financial industry that many anticipate will rival centralized banking institution someday. In basic terms, a cryptocurrency is a currency created, traded, and regulated solely in digital space and encrypted to prevent fraud. However, federal agencies like the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and the Department of Justice’s Financial Fraud Enforcement Task Force (FFETF) are paying more and more attention to accusations and potentialities of cryptocurrency fraud, as well as how cryptocurrency can be integrated into other forms of financial crimes, white-collar crimes, and cybercrimes.
If you have been accused of illegally creating, obtaining, trading, or manipulating cryptocurrency, you need to take the situation seriously and prepare to defend yourself. Have you already received notification from a federal agency that you are under investigation? Now is the time to act by calling (407) 901-5852 and connecting with the Law Offices of Horwitz & Citro, P.A. and our Orlando cybercrime lawyers.
- We are headquartered in Florida but can represent you anywhere in the U.S.
- We have intentionally focused our practice on high-stakes, complex defense cases.
- We have nearly 50 years of total legal experience, including years as former prosecutors.
- Attorneys Horwitz & Citro are Board Certified in Criminal Trial Law.
There is no time to lose. Contact our law firm to schedule a free case evaluation.
How We Can Help with Cryptocurrency Fraud Cases
Cryptocurrency poses a uniquely intricate legal situation in which federal agencies are struggling to apply regulations to a financial institution that they do not fully understand. To make matters all the more complex, cryptocurrency is designed to act outside of centralized banks and governmental control, creating a truly independent form of currency. While federal agencies attempt to gain a foothold on cryptocurrency and its regulations, it is likely individuals and companies will be accused of cryptocurrency fraud and targeted by unjust investigations.
Our nationwide cybercrime attorneys can defend your rights in the following case types and more:
- Unreported offshore bank accounts: Cryptocurrency operates outside of centralized banks, but it can eventually generate income in recognizable world currencies, like the American dollar. Using cryptocurrency transactions to earn world currencies and then storing those in hidden bank accounts could bring federal attention, investigations, and fraud charges.
- Tax crimes: The American government has labeled cryptocurrencies as property, so they can be taxed. If you are trading cryptocurrency, you must be aware of any tax laws that apply to your transactions and realized gains or losses, or you could be accused of tax evasion.
- Money laundering: Federal agencies are acutely concerned over how cryptocurrency could be manipulated into a money laundering scheme, or a plan to hide the true source of illegally obtained money. Keep clear records of your cryptocurrency transactions to avoid being accused of this serious crime.
- Securities fraud: Insider trading and other forms of cybercrime related to security fraud are a hot topic when it comes to cryptocurrency crimes. In effect, cryptocurrency value and control are similar to trading on the stock market, which creates a window for illegal insider trading, deals, and cryptocurrency manipulation.
No matter what cryptocurrency crime accusation you are facing, you can depend on our cybercrime lawyers and cryptocurrency fraud attorneys of Law Offices of Horwitz & Citro, P.A. for defense. A conviction could place you in federal prison for years and cost you thousands and thousands of dollars in fines, so you cannot hesitate to get us on your side. Remember: We are headquartered in Orlando, Florida but our team is capable of handling criminal investigations and cases in federal courts all around the United States.
Contact our law firm by calling (407) 901-5852 to schedule a no-cost, no-obligation consultation to begin your cryptocurrency fraud defense case.