Yes, there are criminal defense attorneys that concentrate or are otherwise experienced in defending tax cases.
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Since you weren't the one in jail, I don't see why you need a criminal defense attorney. If you're trying to protect your assets from the government (in a legal way), you should talk to a tax attorney.