Gus Centrone has been practicing law since 2006. He started his career defending high-profile, white-collar criminal defendants, such as corporate executives, judges, and sports figures, typically in federal court.
His work also involved representation of corporations, including government contractors, HMOs, and local restaurants, in internal investigations and litigation.
Centrone has defended people accused of a variety of crimes in both state and federal courts. Those crimes range from felony drug possession/trafficking, mortgage fraud, credit card fraud, sex crimes, battery, and attempted murder.
Centrone has appeared in a variety of the nation’s courts, both trial and appellate, at both the state and federal level. He has also litigated class actions and multidistrict litigation.
A Tampa native, Centrone is a graduate of Washington & Lee University School of Law, and has authored articles on federal sentencing and other topics.