Ms. Cinquanto heads the federal criminal practice group at Greenblatt, Pierce, Funt & Flores LLC and is amongst the most distinguished practicing federal attorneys. She been successfully defending individuals charged with crimes since 1992. Ms. Cinquanto began her career as a Judge Advocate (JAG) in United States Navy where she represented military members in Courts-martial, Article 32 Investigations, Administrative Discharge Boards, and Courts of Inquiry. While in the Navy, Ms. Cinquanto earned the Navy-Marine Corps Medal of Commendation and the Navy Achievement Medal. Upon completion of her military service, Ms. Cinquanto joined the Defender Association of Philadelphia where she represented indigent clients charged with serious felonies in the Court of Common Pleas of Pennsylvania. Ms. Cinquanto has also worked as an Assistant Federal Public Defender in the Western District of Texas, primarily representing clients charged with drug trafficking and immigration offenses. From 2003-2007, Ms. Cinquanto was on the faculty of Temple University's Beasley School of Law where she was the Director of the LL.M. in Trial Advocacy Program and taught a variety of trial advocacy classes. Since 2007, Ms. Cinquanto has been in private practice where she specializes in federal criminal litigation. In addition, she remains on the adjunct faculty at the Beasley School of Law where she teaches trial advocacy and directs a Judicial Education Program for Chinese judges. Ms. Cinquanto earned her J.D. from the Catholic University of America, Columbus School of Law in 1992 and her LL.M. in Trial Advocacy from Temple University's Beasley School of Law in 1998. In May 2008, Ms. Cinquanto received a certificate in Computer Forensics from Chestnut Hill College. Ms. Cinquanto is admitted to practice in Pennsylvania (1992), Connecticut (1993), the Eastern District of Pennsylvania (1999), and the Third Circuit Court of Appeals (2008).