Veronica Fairchild was convicted on four counts of filing false tax returns pursuant to 26 U.S.C. 7206 for failing to accurately report the amount of funds she received for sex. The taxpayer appealed the verdict in part because the Court refused her request that the jury be instructed that they must unanimously agree as to person who paid her the funds. The verdict was affirmed.
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Taxpayer plead guilty to 371 conspiracy charge that the Government asserted involved approximately $2,000,000. However, the Court ordered restitution of $6,457,500 and overruled defendant's objection.
Enhancement for criminally derived income was not applicable to tax returns that did not fail to identify income but overstated expenses.