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Cindy M. Innocent is an associate whose practice focuses on commercial litigation and dispute resolution in the financial services and securities industry. She handles disputes involving businesses, partnerships, court appointed receivers, and regulatory and enforcement matters concerning digital assets and blockchain technology.

Cindy is the founder of, a legal resource intended to provide updates to readers on the state of digital assets in the United States. She serves as a member of the Florida Bar Business Law Section’s Blockchain and Digital Assets Committee, formerly known as the Blockchain and Cryptocurrency Task Force.

Prior to joining Guerra King, Cindy worked at a Tampa-based law firm where she acquired hands-on experience resolving business disputes of all kinds. In this role, she represented individuals and businesses, whether plaintiffs or defendants, and handled commercial matters filed in state and federal court. She has experience drafting pleadings, arguing motions, developing case strategy, engaging in discovery, taking and defending depositions, preparing for trial, and mediating cases.

Cindy earned her Juris Doctor from Stetson University College of Law, where she served as an editor of both the Stetson Law Review and the Journal of International Aging Law and Policy. While attending Stetson, Cindy gained experience in criminal law as an intern at the Office of the Public Defender for the Twelfth Judicial Circuit in Sarasota County. She also served as a summer associate at a local civil law firm during her tenure at Stetson. Cindy earned her undergraduate degree from the University of South Florida, where she obtained a B.A. in criminology.