IRS Investigations and Grand Jury Representation
False, Fictitious or Fraudulent Claims
False, fictitious or fraudulent claims is a violation of law as set forth in 18 USC Section 287 Section 287 is more fully described below.
If you are under criminal investigation for any tax-related matter, you should be aware that it is an offense to make "false, fictitious or fraudulent claims."
An investigation for false, fictitious or fraudulent claims, may also include other related charges such as the following:
• Attempts to evade or defeat tax;
• Fraud and false statements ; and
• Conspiracy to commit offense or to defraud the U.S.
Some taxpayers have been accused of filing false claims when, in fact, their tax preparer prepared the return and the taxpayer simply put his signature on the return.
However great or small the alleged offense and whether you are alleged to be directly or indirectly responsible, any criminal charge brought by the IRS is a serious matter. Doctors, lawyers and other professionals may risk losing their livelihoods.
The Offices of David M. Garvin, P.A. has a proven track record and the experience necessary to properly represent clients who face criminal charges such as these. Our clients tend to be highly educated, successful and sophisticated. Many are referred to the law firm by their trusted advisors (CPAs, investment advisors and attorneys).
If you are ready to consult with an experienced criminal trial attorney, contact David M. Garvin to schedule a consultation regarding possible criminal charges relating to alleged tax violations including false, fictitious or fraudulent claims.
Our main office is located in Miami, Florida and serves clients throughout Florida and nationwide. Call (305) 371-8101 to discuss your serious legal matter involving any criminal investigation or tax violation, or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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