Fraud Law

About Dan C. Guthrie, Jr.

Dan C. Guthrie, Jr., has focused his practice of the defense of white collar criminal matters for more than 30 years. He is a former state and federal prosecutor and headed the White Collar Practice section at one of the largest law firms in Texas.

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Fraud allegations can encompass a wide range of potential conduct. At the federal level, fraud allegations are generally prosecuted under wire fraud and mail fraud statutes. These laws are very broad in nature, and many individuals and businesses can unwittingly face serious scrutiny from various government agencies for alleged violations. Most people, particularly law-abiding citizens who have not had any experience with the criminal justice system, cannot comprehend the scope of the government’s power. For people under investigation by law enforcement, the only thing standing in the way of an indictment, criminal charges and a potential conviction is a defense lawyer. It is essential that your attorney has the skill and tenacity necessary to stand up to the government. Based in Dallas, TX and serving a national clientele, Dan C. Guthrie, Jr., has the depth and breadth of experience required to present a strong defense against these types of charges. In addition to having more than 30 years of experience as a defense lawyer, Mr. Guthrie is also a former state and federal prosecutor. As a result, he understands how the government views these cases and how to overcome potential obstacles.

A Strong Defense Against All Forms of Fraud Allegations

The firm provides tough, discreet representation for people facing all types of accusations, including:

Antitrust Violations

Under the Sherman Antitrust Act, price fixing and market allocations are illegal. Competitors must not collude to determine the cost of products in a way that harms the public. The courts view price fixing as either "illegal per se" — when competitors conspire to...

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Bank Fraud

Whether you've been charged with bank fraud in connection with a mortgage fraud investigation, identity theft or with embezzlement, protecting your reputation, your privacy, your financial security and your freedom is a difficult task that demands a lawyer with...

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Commercial Real Estate Fraud

In tough economic times, even reputable businesses must make difficult decisions to stay afloat. For many business professionals in Texas and throughout the United States, this may lead to allegations of misrepresentations made to lenders. An FBI investigation for...

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Commodities Fraud

Commodities fraud is investigated by the Commodities Futures Trading Commission (CFTC). An investigation is typically initiated after regulators suspect a broker engaged in deceitful, fraudulent practices. These practices may involve misrepresenting the nature of an...

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Computer Fraud

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...

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Government Procurement Fraud

Government Procurement Fraud Lawyer The United States government has spent billions of dollars in an attempt to jump start the economy. Federal contracts are made with the government for medical equipment, defense equipment, maintenance services, construction services...

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Health Care Fraud

As health care costs increase, the federal government is taking a closer look at the conduct of health care professionals. As a result, health care fraud investigations and prosecutions are on the rise, with many physicians and other medical professionals facing...

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Insurance Fraud

Insurance fraud occurs in a broad range of contexts and may involve any type of insurance. Common examples include the corporation that "overstates" insurance losses after a natural disaster; the medical provider who renders one service but charges for another, more...

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Loan Fraud

The fallout of the real estate and financial markets has caused federal investigators to scrutinize financial enterprises across the country. Business professionals, homeowners and other individuals are being confronted with allegations of loan fraud and mortgage...

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Mortgage Fraud

Constant media attention is currently being paid to "the real estate bubble that burst." Record foreclosure rates and our nation's rapidly unfolding mortgage scandals have put mortgage fraud on the high priority lists of state and federal prosecutors across the...

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Most times, the government does not bring charges until after having conducted a lengthy investigation. The best time to retain an attorney is during this investigation. In many instances, a skilled defense lawyer can prove the flaws in the government’s case and convince prosecutors that an indictment is not warranted under the facts of the case. One look at Dan’s representative cases and you can see that he has been very successful in proving that his clients should not be charged.

A Lawyer Experienced in White Collar Crime ― Can Make a Difference

In the event an indictment is handed down, Mr. Guthrie’s experience in trial offers significant benefits to his clients. Whatever the allegations, Mr. Guthrie is fully prepared to protect your rights at each stage of the proceedings.

If you are under investigation for fraud in Dallas, TX and nationwide, please contact Dan C. Guthrie, Jr. He can be reached by phone at 214-953-1000 or by filling out the intake form on the contact page.

Defending Clients Against Fraud Charges in Dallas, Texas, and Nationwide