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Was charged in federal court with a tax violation and went to the initial appearance. Work in the securities industry and the industry and the laws of the industry allow a person that is convicted of a felony to still continue to work in this indu...
18 U.S.C. 3142 deals with pretrial release, with some named factors indicated at (g). "securities related issues" may be just one part of the equation. In general, "tax violation", if it is evasion-related, percolates through the IRS and usually has a fair number of sign-offs. Your attorney, after you hire one, might likely test the government's facts and depth of case against other factors as to the seriousness of your case & prepare them for presentation at a hearing, trying to show that removal of conditions that allow you to work might further insure rather than detract from a likelihood of being available for trial.See question
I owned an S-Corp in California- single owner- that made ZERO dollars (always had a loss at the end of every year), owns no assets, was dissolved in 2010. When the company formally dissolved, no assets were transferred to me, nor was any cash. T...
Supplementing Attorney Hoffman's very good answers, you may want to think about:
1. any R&TC 6829 liability from BOE if any physical parts of movies (diskettes) were transferred and if no sales tax was accounted for.
2. Lately, FTB has been bullying folks based upon not only the $800 per year fee (see the Ralite case at http://www.boe.ca.gov/legal/pdf/90_sbe_004.pdf) but also based on lack of returns with a new $2000? fee. FTB is screaming; people are squeamish, some are paying off like a slot machine. You said "dissolved"? is that what you meant? Do you have the tax clearance certificate to show FTB?
3. You don't give me enough info on the IRS, or state what the taxes are for. You say "I owe" and you need to find out upon what basis you owe these amounts. You should look into it as $4k and $3700 will grow to over $10k in a few years.
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AFda 2004 seminar on restitutuion says , end of point one, says that restitutuion, when emposed as as CONDITION OF RESITUTION,vs the general imposition of restitution as a seperate component of the sentence) that this means the resiitutuion ends w...
Also: http://www.irs.gov/pub/irs-ccdm/cc-2011-018.pdfSee question
I have two separate federal criminal cases where I have been ordered to pay restitution. These were paper crimes. I am currently garnished for the first case. Which I understand must be paid off first. I have been told to bring my taxes, which I d...
Since 2011, Federal restitution is both payable in payments through probation and all immediately due via general IRS collection (http://www.irs.gov/pub/irs-wd/1105037.pdf) . You need both an income tax accountant and a tax attorney and the accountant (unless you do them yourself) should not know about the attorney. Filing taxes is not a privileged activity (see: http://patentax.com/library/LOSPRIV5.pdf ) Have the accountant check the tax filings to make sure they are 100% verifiable and legitimate. You should file your returns. Then consider hiring the tax attorney / criminal attorney to represent you at the hearing. Hiring him before the hearing will enable him to call and see what's up.
Not filing your taxes for 5 years when you owe restitution is like waving a red flag in the IRS' direction.
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He has 24 month Fed sentence and 22 month concurrent Ca. sentence. Ca. has filed NO detainer. He is eligible for up to 12 months of halfway house time if CA. does not hinder process. What are possible resolutions?
Did the state sentence plea specifically include a parole term? See http://openjurist.org/806/f2d/1373/carter-v-mccarthy-kSee question
G my wages yet also if i filed jointly with my wife how does it effect her
Do you mean file bankruptcy?
State is tied in with itself and state refund can be taken and it has not so much to do with garnishment. Garnishment is via Sheriff action typically and they can take refund independent of garnishment. I keep seeing the suggestion for Federal / State crossover refund transfer, but have seen no announcement.
Lots of people say EDD, but EDD can mean a lot of things...... insurance, overpayments, taxes,,,,, more.... Just saying "EDD" doesn't tell what its about.
You said "if", so, the whole question is a hypothetical>>?????See question
Hello. My mom acquired property in Apr 2007. Solano Cty is stating that we owe 2006-2007 property taxes. It's a whopping $5k! I feel they are railroading and taking advantage of my mom who's 70+. I feel that the taxes should've been prorated....
You said "the property is totally upside down". Why are you trying to keep the property rather than walk away?See question
My attorney says that federal prosecutors are declining prosecution because the quantity of drugs is too small. I don't wanna be prosecuted in Florida because drug sentences are too harsh. Florida DAs generally dismiss charges once feds take over....
Have you contacted your Congressman and your two Federal Senators?See question
Is violation of administrative law codified under CFR is federal law question? Thank you
1331 indicates that federal questions are brought in federal court. I.E. patent suits are exclusive to federal courts.
CFR includes agency rules, most of which operate an agency. Violation of a CFR rule may or may not be actionable (what if agency mailed a notice that was one day late? - its a violation, but is there a need to make the agency do something if it causes no harm?), may or may not be remedyable by the agency, may or may not be capable of ascertainment of damages; and don't forget title 5, the administrative procedure act that overlies just about everything administrative.
Vague question. Hire a lawyer. The money you pay the lawyer may exceed the monetary benefit if the administrative problem is discovered and remedied. Call your local attorneys and ask for a no-cost telephone consultation.See question
I was always at home, arrested almost 6 years after the event for the enditement, which happend 1 month before the passage of 5 years. The State police had orders not to go to my home to serve the warrant. So, almost 1 more year pasted. They c...
Don't forget that if 26 U.S.C. 6531 is involved, (some tax aspect under 7201,7203, that the statute of limitations is 6 years.
Certified Tax Specialist -- State Bar of California Board of Legal Specialization (J.D.; LL.M.-Tax)
Electrical(M.S.E.E.)-Chemical(M.S.Ch.E.)(B.S. Chemistry)-Mechanical Patent (Intellectual Property) Attorney & MBA (562) 594-9784 --- Bio: http://www.patentax.com/curt/index.html