Realtor heads to prison for tax evasion

Published: Thursday, February 20, 2014 at 15:35 PM.

 “Every year, millions of hard-working Americans comply with the law and pay their federal taxes. Those who evade and cheat the system hurt all of us,” Marsh said. “Criminal tax prosecutions are often difficult and complicated to investigate and prosecute, but they are necessary to deter potential violators and promote respect for the tax laws. The sentence in this case should serve as a stark warning to those who choose to cheat their fellow Americans by failing to pay their fair share.”

The case was prosecuted by Assistant United States Attorney Karen Rhew-Miller.



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