Did Fonteno abuses constitue fraud?

Wendy was recently hired by and her opinion published in the Dallas Morning News for exposing a person signing a different person’s name on a Foreclosure Deed filed with the Dallas County Clerk and Recorder.

The red sign over the counter at the Dallas County records office warns: “It is a crime to intentionally or knowingly file a fraudulent court record or a fraudulent instrument with the clerk.”

More simply, it’s a prosecutable offense to submit documents with forged signatures or signatures of fictitious persons or paperwork that has been manipulated to portray faked events.

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