Deceptive Business Practices Laws in Texas
Posted On - August 11th, 2010 | By Tim Clancy | Category - Criminal Defense
Deceptive business practices sound like something that should be handled in the civil courts. But District and County Attorneys in Texas have recently been discussing the criminal aspects of these situations and focusing more of their efforts on prosecuting those they believe to be criminally deceiving the public.
What Is It?
Simply put, the deceptive business practices that are criminal are, basically, of the “bait-and-switch” variety – selling or delivering less than the quantity advertised, selling something used as new, misrepresenting the price of something to be sold. While the laundry list of crimes in the Deceptive Business Practices statute are misdemeanors, you still need the knowledge, experience and skill of an aggressive defense lawyer. The criminal defense attorneys at the Law Office of Clancy & Clancy have been defending people in the Dallas – Fort Worth area for more than 40 years, and their understanding of the prosecution of Deceptive Business Practices cases has helped many of their clients avoid the harshest penalties.
Let Us Stand Up for You
If you are being prosecuted under Texas’ Deceptive Business Practices statute, you are facing the potential of a jail sentence, the embarrassment of the ruin of your business and the mark that a criminal record for this kind of fraud leaves. We have the knowledge and skill to help you avoid the most severe penalties, fines and consequences that can arise from a Deceptive Business Practices conviction. We will answer your questions and provide objective legal analysis. Call Dallas Criminal Defense Lawyer Clancy & Clancy. Send us an email or call (214) 550-5771 to schedule a consultation.
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