Vincent A. Citro, Partner
Former Prosuctor Who Understands Both Sides
As a partner at the Law Offices of Horwitz & Citro, P.A., Vincent A.
Citro represents individuals, executives, and legal entities in criminal
and related civil and administrative matters, including grand jury and
internal investigations. Citro has represented clients in state and federal
courts and has extensive experience in complex federal criminal and national
Background and Experiences
Prior to returning to private practice, Citro was a federal prosecutor
with the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ), both in Washington,
D.C. and Orlando. During his tenure in DOJ's U.S. Attorney's Office
(USAO) from 2002 until 2010, Citro prosecuted the panoply of federal crimes,
Child exploitation offenses
Vince Citro, a Harley-Davidson enthusiast, pictured here with firm founding
partner, Mark Horwitz, before a Sunday morning motorcycle ride.
From 2011 until 2015, Citro served as a criminal division supervisor. In
this position, he:
Approved proposed indictments and plea agreements
Oversaw grand jury practices
Acted as liaison to the judiciary, federal and state agencies, and the DOJ
Evaluated and supervised attorneys and professional support staff
In addition, Citro was appointed as a Special Assistant U.S. Attorney for
investigations in South Florida. Also, from 2011 until 2015, Citro supervised
the USAO's national security program. As the USAO's first National
Security Cyber Specialist and its Anti-Terrorism Advisory Council Coordinator,
Citro oversaw and prosecuted matters in coordination with DOJ's Counterterrorism
Section and Counter-Espionage and Export Control Section. He also held
a top secret security clearance. Citro last held the position of Senior
Litigation Counsel before joining what was then the Law Offices of Mark
L. Horwitz, P.A.
In addition, Citro held two positions in the nation's capital. As a
result of abilities he demonstrated as a federal prosecutor, including
prosecuting homicides, Citro was appointed to serve on the Attorney General's
Capital Case Review Committee. As a committee member, he analyzed cases
throughout the U.S. in which the death penalty was authorized by law,
and made recommendations to DOJ's leadership about whether the death
penalty should be sought.
Finally, from 2015 to 2016, Citro served as a Trial Attorney in DOJ's
National Security Division, Counterterrorism Section, where he advised
and guided federal prosecutors, law enforcement agencies, and the intelligence
community on cases affecting the United States' national security,
including DOJ-priority cases involving international, domestic, and cyber
terrorism . He also developed and managed national security cases for
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