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Tax Fraud and Evasion Lawyer

If you or a loved one is under suspicion of tax fraud or tax evasion, it is important that you gain representation from a skilled and experienced tax fraud & evasion attorney. An IRS criminal investigation can lead to severe penalties and possibly a sentence in federal prison. At Boyle & Jasari, our lawyers are here to advise you of your rights. Our legal counsel could mean the difference between freedom and time in a federal penitentiary.

Why Choose Boyle & Jasari

If you have been charged with a white collar crime, you need an aggressive criminal defense attorney. Criminal charges put your reputation, financial security, and freedom at risk. Our attorneys are highly accomplished white collar criminal defense lawyers who have tried over 300 cases in state and federal court.

Federal and white collar crimes are often complex. Attorney Dennis Boyle is regarded as an expert in the field and has given lectures on the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, International Emergency Economic Powers Act, Anti-Money Laundering, and Bank Secrecy Act.

A former prosecutor, Attorney Dennis Boyle, brings a unique perspective to criminal defense. When you are charged with a federal or white collar crime, it is important to have an experienced criminal defense attorney with insight into the prosecution’s strategy.

What a Tax Fraud & Evasion Attorney Can Do for You

Tax fraud and evasion are serious matters looked into by the IRS Criminal Investigation Division. The federal agents are trained financial experts and are typically CPAs. If you or a loved one is accused of tax fraud or tax evasion, call us today.

Our attorneys are experienced in complex financial litigation. Tax fraud and evasion undergo a multi-tiered review process. IRS agents conduct a lengthy and in-depth investigation, often reviewing all financial records, interviewing business associates and family. Once completed, the IRS will review and forward the case to the United States Department of Justice for federal prosecutors to make the final decision. The review and approval process may provide opportunities to counter a federal case.

Our attorneys listen to understand each client. If you are currently under investigation by the IRS for criminal offenses, federal prosecutors may decline to move forward with your case if convinced the tax error was a mistake and not an intentional or willful act. Your tax fraud and evasion attorney can discuss your case at length and advise you on your best options.

Commonly Charged Tax Evasion Schemes

Tax evasion and fraud are the willful and purposeful acts of concealing or preventing the collection of taxes by the IRS. Typically, suspected fraud and evasion tax matters are first handled with an audit that later progresses to a civil or federal case.

Some of the most common charges include;

  • Failing to file a tax return
  • Willfully failing to pay estimated taxes
  • Willfully failing to disclose offshore bank accounts
  • Filing a fraudulent return penalty or charge
  • Using illegal means willfully to conceal or misrepresent financial details

If you or a loved one is facing charges or are the target of an investigation by the IRS Criminal Investigation Division, call Boyle & Jasari, today. Our tax fraud and evasion attorneys have helped individuals and businesses nationwide.

Contact Boyle & Jasari via the online contact form, or call (202) 798-7600.