You get a NON fake attorney and sue the fake man.
Firt of all ther is a crime comp called NCIC That goes all over the
country If your police refuse to render aid as a paid public
servent you can go to your state police They have more honor
anyways And you don't need a lawyer ,you do have D.A.'s in Texas
don't you or did George Bush Cut there job's to
Make copies of all your supporting evidence and send them by
certified mail to the State Attorney General, Justice Division. Be
prepared to testify and present as much evidence as possible to
substantiate your claims, hopefully other scam victims. If your
claim warrants a preliminary investigation will be done. If that
shows clear proof a crime(s) have been committed, search warrants
will be issued for the person's residence and place of business.
Assuming enough corroborating evidence is obtained a grand jury
will review the case. The outcome of that could be charges filed,
the person arrested and prosecution commence, or the case will be
dismissed for lack of merit. Aside from criminal prosecution you
have a right, as has been noted to file a civil suit to recover
losses. However, you should be absolutely certain of the charges or
you might also experience repercussions, including criminal charges
and civil litigation.