Just three years of probation for his role in a five-year-long tax evasion scheme.
Special Agents from the IRS Criminal Investigation Division have notified a North Carolina woman that they are dropping their criminal investigation of her tax preparation business. The agents had investigated...
Investigation Dropped: Special Agents with the Criminal Investigation Division of the IRS had suspected that the taxpayer had concealed taxable income from the IRS during tax years 2013-2017.
IRS advises North Carolina businessman it dropped criminal investigation of both the personal income and business tax returns for the years 2012-2015 of NC Business Owner
Jury Trial of Business Manager Accused in Employee Withholding Tax Scheme Ends with Dismissal of all Felony Charges
The jury trial of a Business Manager accused in an employee withholding tax scheme ended abruptly on the fourth day of trial after the judge granted a defense motion to dismiss most of the case. After the court announced its ruling, the Prosecutor agreed to dismiss the remaining felony charges in exchange for the Business Manager’s acceptance of a misdemeanor. Jurors later informed the Prosecutor that they were going to acquit the Business Manager. The Business Manager was represented by Douglas E. Kingsbery of Tharrington Smith, LLP.
Special Agents from the Criminal Investigations Section of the NC Department of Revenue announced that they had closed their investigation of a North Carolina business owner. The owner waås suspected of embezzling N.C. Sales and Use Taxes collected over a three yeåar period. The business owner was represented by Douglas E. Kingsbery of Tharrington Smith, LLP.
Special Agents from the Criminal Investigation Section of the NC Department of Revenue announced today that a NC business owner under investigation for embezzlement of NC Sales and Use Taxes...
Prosecutors announced this week that they were dismissing all 5 felony tax counts that had been filed against a North Carolina taxpayer. The taxpayer’s attorney was able to successfully convince the prosecutors that the alleged criminal conduct was in fact entirely lawful. The taxpayer was represented by Douglas E. Kingsbery of Tharrington Smith, LLP.