Many professionals fail to recognize anything is wrong until their offices are searched and critical information is seized by federal agents. Others receive a phone message from a federal agent, asking for a return phone call.
Washington, D.C. Tax Evasion Attorney
If you have been contacted by federal agents, you may be wondering what to do. Contact Brown, PC, before taking action on your own. Headquartered in Texas, in the Dallas-Fort Worth metropolitan area, with offices in Washington, D.C., and serving clients throughout the United States, we are dedicated to protecting our clients' interests in the most serious matters.
Protecting Our Clients Against Allegations of Criminal Tax Activity
We often remind our clients that federal agents dedicate their careers to pursuing businesses and individuals involved in criminal tax activity. They use a thorough knowledge of the laws and procedures relevant to an investigation to take forceful action.
Unlike federal agents, individuals and business owners facing investigation usually have limited knowledge of the laws and procedures that affect them. They often fail to recognize the seriousness of the matters they face or the consequences of taking the wrong actions.
If convicted of a criminal tax matter, you could face extensive civil penalties or prison time. With such an enormous amount on the line, it is critical that you seek representation before trying to handle matters yourself.
At Brown, PC, we use 20 years of experience in criminal tax trials to prevent and fight a broad spectrum of criminal charges, including the ones listed below:
- Tax evasion
- Failure to collect employment taxes
- Tax fraud
- Submitting false documents
- Making false statements to investigators
- Perjury under oath
Nothing is worse for business than a federal investigation. For many of our clients, their customers simply stop coming when they learn that their tax preparers, certified public accountants or other financial professionals are being investigated. At Brown, PC, we do everything possible within the bounds of the law and ethics to protect our clients' reputations. We resolve matters quickly, confidentially and effectively to reduce the impact of criminal tax matters on your business.
Because of the seriousness of the potential impact on your business and criminal proceedings, it is often advisable to talk about sensitive information only with your lawyer. Refrain from talking about it with other professionals or with the authorities.
If you have been contacted, contact us first. Call an attorney at Brown, PC, immediately at 888-870-0025 to arrange a confidential consultation regarding criminal tax violations.Print this Page