Criminal Tax Representation

March 20, 2020
What is the Statute of Limitations for the IRS to Assess Tax, and Are There Exceptions for Taxpayers Abroad?

Why the FBAR Statute of Limitations Won’t Save You

The “Limits” of the FBAR Statute of Limitations: Page Contents at a Glance A favorite trope in crime dramas is to save a protagonist from prosecution […]
March 6, 2020

Texas Lawyer and Client Who Conspired to Defraud IRS Now Awaiting Felony Sentencing

In January, the United States Department of Justice (DOJ) announced the convictions by federal jury of Texas lawyer John O. Green, along with client Thomas Selgas, […]
November 12, 2019
2016 Statistics on Tax Crime Convictions and Prison Sentencing

NY Tax Accountant Awaits Sentencing After Stealing Nearly $800K in Bank, Wire Fraud Case

Appearing before United States District Judge Katherine Polk Failla in August, tax accountant Salvatore Arena, 47, of Queens, New York, pleaded guilty to “defrauding clients who […]
November 6, 2019

Former Kansas City, Missouri Business Owner Sentenced on Various Tax Charges

According to a Department of Justice press release, a business owner Missouri was sentenced to serve 18 months in a federal prison for his efforts to […]
October 9, 2019

Massachusetts Business Owner Fined Over $150K for Income Tax Evasion

In June 2018, a federal grand jury returned an indictment, or charging document, criminally charging defendant Dr. Richard Rogers with felony tax evasion under 26 U.S. […]
October 8, 2019

Oklahoma Man Attempts to Discharge Tax Debt in Bankruptcy, Pleads Guilty to Fraud

According to a Department of Justice press release, Michael Fletcher, a Tulsa, Oklahoma resident, pleaded guilty to bankruptcy fraud last week. Public records indicate that Fletcher […]