Conspiracy to Commit Offense or to Defraud the U.S.

Do You Face Criminal Tax Charges of Conspiracy to Commit Offense or Defraud the U.S. ?

Many clients of Brown, PC are professional advisors such as Attorneys, CPAs and investment advisors. When one of their own clients is implicated in criminal charges involving individual or business income taxes or any other type of taxes owed to the government, the IRS will sometimes ask whether the advisor conspired with the client to break the law.

Under federal law, the crime of conspiracy involves an agreement between two or more people to break the law. At Brown, PC, our law firm is able to represents spouses, business partners, advisors and any person suspected of conspiring to defraud the United States.

Almost Anyone Might be Accused of Conspiracy to Commit a Crime

The human mind has a way of justifying egregious conduct. Misunderstandings also can result in a criminal investigation leading to criminal charges. You may, in fact, be mortified to discover that your actions may amount to conspiracy when you believed you were engaged in legitimate strategic analysis with a client or business partner.

Your situation may be complex. Your career, livelihood, reputation and liberty may be at stake. You need sophisticated legal advice. Attorney Lawrence Brown, a former Department of Justice Tax Division Trial Attorney, focuses his practice primarily on criminal tax matters, tax controversies and tax litigation. Along with charges of conspiracy to commit offense or defraud the U.S., our clients often face related criminal charges such as the following:

Call Brown, PC to Schedule a Consultation

Please contact tax litigation lawyer Lawrence Brown. The law firm is centrally located in the Dallas-Fort Worth area of Texas, and serves clients located throughout North America and the world. Call 888-870-0025 to learn how Brown, PC can vigorously defend you if you have been accused of conspiracy or intent to conspire to commit a tax-related offense.

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