Tax Crimes

FBI Challenged on Info Gathering Gizmo in Tax Fraud Case

On behalf of Frost Law posted in on April 23, 2013.

Groundbreaking technology is amazing stuff (when it works). As with anything that is cutting edge, though, new technology often represents a double-edged sword. With all the apparent benefits come the risks that the tech tools will be used for nefarious purposes. And sometimes the good guys misuse the tools as readily as the bad guys. […]

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Tax ‘Dirty Dozen’ for 2013 Shows What’s on IRS Crime Watch List

On behalf of Frost Law posted in on March 28, 2013.

It’s hardly as anticipated as the Cherry Blossom Festival here in Washington, D.C., but it is no less reliable in its arrival. We’re talking about the Internal Revenue Services’ annual “Dirty Dozen” list of potential tax scams. The tax crimes list is offered in the context of being a service to protect taxpayers from unscrupulous […]

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Alleged Improper Use Of Legal Tool Yields Tax Conspiracy Charges

On behalf of Frost Law posted in on February 20, 2013.

It is probably fair to say that for as long as there have been tax laws, there have been means and methods sought and developed to try to mitigate the liability they impose. As Washington, D.C., readers of this blog likely know, there are ways to go about protecting oneself. There are also illegal ways, […]

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Maryland County Councilman Seeks Job Back After Tax Crime Time

On behalf of Frost Law posted in on December 7, 2012.

There’s a song that offers up the line, “Don’t it always seem to go that you don’t know what you’ve got ’til it’s gone.” This can be a dilemma that many who face criminal tax charges in the Washington, D.C., area may face if they’re convicted. It can become especially obvious if a person has […]

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