The vast majority of inquiries by the Internal Revenue Service are civil. However, most criminal tax cases are an outgrowth of regular civil tax audits where the IRS believes obstructive behavior has occurred or otherwise refers the case to the Criminal Investigation Division.  In the small percentage of cases where there are fraudulent or criminal implications, a criminal investigation or grand jury investigation requires careful representation. We are experienced in representing individuals and businesses in criminal tax matters.

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