Attorneys for Josh Garza are asking a federal judge to sentence him to probation rather than the usual 63-78 months in prison for defrauding investors. One of Garza’s attorneys, Ballard Spahr partner Margie Peerce stated that Josh “has acknowledged his wrongful conduct and accepted responsibility.”

In 2017, Garza pleaded guilty to wire fraud for his role in his companies’ fraudulent generation and sale of virtual currency.

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