Computer fraud represents a broad category of crimes that may be charged any time a computer is alleged to have been used to facilitate a criminal activity. However, the difficulty of erasing hard drive records of fraudulent activity limits the defense options for the accused.
The Technological and Financial Aspects of Computer Fraud
In most cases, mounting an effective computer fraud defense involves both technological and financial investigation. Working with computer forensics experts and former federal investigators, Mr. Guthrie’s proactive, hands-on approach has resulted in favorable results for clients under federal grand jury investigation or charged with unauthorized computer access or other types of computer fraud.
In every matter, Mr. Guthrie’s primary goal is to achieve the best possible outcome and to minimize the damage to his client, whoever they may be. Equally important is that because Mr. Guthrie is an independent defense lawyer, clients do not have to worry about hidden conflicts of interest or that an inexperienced associate will handle the case once they have hired his law firm.
Independent and Experienced, Focused Solely On White Collar Criminal Defense
Attorney Dan C. Guthrie, Jr., has been providing effective white collar criminal defense representation to clients nationwide for more than 30 years. Included in that experience are numerous cases of computer fraud. If you are under investigation or have already been indicted or charged with committing computer fraud, former state and federal prosecutor Dan C. Guthrie, Jr., can help you to minimize the potential consequences.
Schedule an initial consultation with Mr. Guthrie by calling the firm’s Dallas, Texas, law office or by contacting him online.