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Criminal Defense

Every person charged with a crime in the United States is entitled notice and the right to be heard. We aggressively defend our clients and fight for EACH and EVERY due process right guaranteed by the United States Constitution BEFORE the loss of liberty or property by the government.

With nearly 5,000 federal criminal offenses, and hundreds of thousands of regulations that can be punished criminally, the power of the federal prosecutor has never been stronger. Many of these offenses are vague on their face, others can be stretched beyond recognition, and nearly all are connected to the ever-increasing Sentencing Guidelines. Prosecutors are armed with broad charging discretion, draconian asset forfeiture authority, and discovery rules that consistently favor the government. For those accused of white collar crime, this is their reality and this is why they need the experienced federal trial lawyers at the Trevillion Law Firm.

 

Defense Capabilities

  • Tax Evasion
  • Securities fraud
  • Health care/pharmaceutical fraud
  • Money laundering
  • Financial institution fraud
  • Internal investigations/compliance issues
  • Public corruption/campaign finance
  • Sentencing guidelines
  • Bankruptcy fraud
  • Drug Trafficking
  • Violent Felonies

Any person or entity that owes taxes can become a target of the IRS. Frequently, people learn that they are under investigation before they are charged. Tax fraud, or tax evasion, can include failing to file a return, failing to pay due taxes, or intentionally providing false information to the IRS to lower or avoid taxes.

 

Specifically, any of the below actions can constitute tax fraud:

  • Failing to declare income
  • Falsifying books or records
  • Claiming fake deductions
  • Claiming fake dependents
  • Under-reporting income
  • Overstating deductions
  • Hiding or transferring assets
  • Using illegal offshore tax shelters

 

Our firm represents companies, their owners and executives, and individual taxpayers throughout the state of Oklahoma and the nation who are under investigation for, or have been charged with, tax crimes. When clients come to us early in the case, we are often able to minimize the damages or penalties they suffer. We will seek to demonstrate that you were not intentionally defrauding the government with respect to your tax burden. The Trevillion Law Firm, PC will work to get any charges dismissed or reduced, and to avoid or bargain down fines and penalties. If you are unsure whether you have committed a criminal tax crime, or want to make a voluntary disclosure to the IRS before you get charged with tax fraud, come to us for sound legal counsel and let us assess your circumstances.

 

Penalties for tax evasion, both civil and criminal, can be severe. IRS investigators are aggressive and federal prosecutors take tax evasion cases seriously. Our white collar criminal defense attorneys have years of experience representing individual taxpayers and businesses in tax crime cases.

 

Federal criminal tax cases are pursued by the IRS’ Criminal Investigation Division (“CID”). When a CID agent begins a case, he or she must get approval from the IRS and then cycle the case through the U.S. Attorney’s Office. This bureaucratic procedure gives you and your defense attorney several chances to try to resolve your tax problems and minimize the risk of prosecution. At each stage, our attorneys can meet with government lawyers and attempt to convince them that their case is unsupported, or explain misunderstandings that may have caused the alleged violations. In this way, our lawyers have been able to resolve tax crime cases to our clients’ satisfaction, saving them money and helping them to avoid or minimize negative repercussions.

 

Tax crimes, including tax fraud and tax evasion, are serious white collar crimes, and those being investigated or charged with such violations need an experienced attorney to protect their interests. The attorneys at The Trevillion Law Firm stand ready and willing to vigorously defend your legal rights.

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