Expert Witness Testimony

Gary C. Johnson has deposition, hearing and trial testimony experience in forensic accounting, fraud, financial and white-collar crime matters. He also has investigative and testifying experience in complex criminal and civil litigation. His 27 years of experience as a Special Agent of the FBI, the last thirteen as the Supervisory Special Agent responsible for all of the FBI’s white-collar crime investigations in Colorado and Wyoming, distinguishes his training, experience and expertise from his colleagues. His analytical, interviewing, fact-finding and report-writing credentials are crucial in litigation.

In his position as an FBI Special Agent, and subsequently as an independent expert witness, Mr. Johnson has examined witnesses, analyzed financial documentation and testified about his findings and conclusions. Through this process, he has learned the tactics used by attorneys to impeach witnesses and to damage witness credibility.  Mr. Johnson is respected for his integrity and natural ability to communicate complex, analytical forensic findings and conclusions in terms easily understood by juries.

Mr. Johnson frequently supports attorneys in evaluating litigation strategy and by developing deposition outlines for opposing experts.  He writes authoritative expert reports which are reliable, easily comprehensible and always completed by deadline.

His frequent testimony in Federal and state courts, as well as in other legal proceedings, has afforded Gary Johnson a level of comfort while testifying, and expertise in preparing for the challenges he will face in doing so.

Gary C. Johnson earned a B.S. degree, with honors, and an M.B.A., summa cum laude, both in accounting.  He is a Certified Public Accountant licensed in Colorado and Texas.  Mr. Johnson is also a Chartered Global Management Accountant and has been designated by the AICPA as Certified in Financial Forensics.  Prior to forming Gary C. Johnson and Associates, Mr. Johnson served with distinction as a Supervisory Special Agent of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, conducting and supervising white-collar crime and other criminal investigations, and testifying about his efforts in Federal and state courts.