IRS Tax Crimes
IRS Tax Crimes are very serious matters. Some people are under the wrong impression that IRS tax crimes aren’t as serious as other types of crimes, as even if they are ever charged with a tax crime and eventually convicted, they will do easy time in a country club prison environment. If you have been charged with a tax crime or believe there is a “club Fed” for tax criminals, think again. The IRS CID or Criminal Investigations Division of the IRS investigates tax crimes on their own. By the time you get charged with a tax crime, the case against you may be quite convincing, at least from the perspective of the IRS and U.S. Attorney’s Office. If you have been charged with a tax crime, you’ll need an experienced legal defense.
De Luna Law represents clients throughout the United States charged with IRS Tax Crimes and related white collar crimes. Mr. De Luna has a reputation for effective and aggressive legal defense in federal tax crime cases. His defense has helped a number of high-profile clients avoid serious consequences and preserve their freedom. Don’t risk your freedom to inexperience.
If you have been charged with a tax crime or are being audited and the IRS has reason to suspect you or your company of a tax crime, contact De Luna Law. Mr. De Luna is both an attorney at law and a certified public accountant who worked as an IRS Agent for over a decade before entering private practice. Mr. De Luna also worked for a publicly traded company overseeing IRS Audits and tax compliance. His years of experience from both sides of the IRS in a variety of tax issues, as well as his tax litigation experience as a lawyer, and financial experience as a CPA provide him a unique insight when defending clients charged with IRS tax crimes.
In many criminal tax cases we can often take positions to mitigate the criminal charges and their penalties by approaching the IRS before charges are even filed. Many seemingly honest accounting mistakes or bookkeeping oversights can end up as criminal charges when an IRS Agent, IRS Auditor or IRS Revenue Officer reviews them. If you suspect that you might be the subject or target of a criminal investigation for tax fraud or because of failure to file a tax return, you should act quickly to remedy the situation. It is important to take steps to get into compliance or amend your returns if appropriate, before the IRS recommends you to be charged with a tax crime. If you are aware that you filed a false tax return or believe an inaccurate return was prepared and filed in error and you would like to remedy the situation, De Luna Law can help you.
Whatever IRS Tax Crime you might be charged with, or potentially be indicted for, or suspect you are currently being investigated for, De Luna Law may be able to preserve your personal liberty and financial future.
Call 800-897-4076 for a confidential review and analysis of your IRS Tax Crime case.