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Verdict: Not Guilty on 30 Counts - United States v. Sergio Gardea.

Verdict: Not Guilty on 30 Counts - United States v. Sergio Gardea.

United States v. Sergio Gardea. Tax preparer found not guilty on all 30 counts of preparing false tax returns following a 2-weeks jury trial today. Mr. Gardea was represented by Miami criminal tax lawyer David M. Garvin.

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Selecting a Criminal Attorney, When Winning is Your Only Option, Revisited

Selecting a Criminal Attorney, When Winning is Your Only Option, Revisited

Selecting a Criminal Attorney: If you learned that you were the target of a federal investigation, who would you call? How would you select a lawyer to represent you? In October of 2016 this blog discussed a number of factors that affect the outcome of federal criminal jury trials. This subject matter is revisited with newly published data by the United States District Courts.

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A False Statement to a Bank May Result in a Conviction Pursuant to 18 USC 1014 Even When There Was No Risk of Loss or Liability For the Bank

Defendant appeals his conviction on seven counts of making false statements to a bank. The false statements were made in order to carry out a tax evasion scheme. The Defendant appealed arguing that the law required that the false statement had to cause a loss to the bank or a liability. The Court disagreed and upheld the convictions.

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