A Cranston, Rhode Island, resident pleaded guilty yesterday to aiding and assisting in the preparation of false tax returns, wire fraud, theft of government funds and aggravated identity theft.
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In an insider trading case, false statements allegedly made to the NASD were not permitted to be introduced into evidence however, evidence that the profits from the trades were not reported on the tax returns of the defendant was permitted.
Taxpayer was convicted of conspiracy to defraud the United States by counseling taxpayers how to claim false expenses.
Pharmacy Operator Formed Offshore Corporations to Receive His Earnings and Obtained the Funds Through Credit Cards Issued to Him and “Loans”. The Taxpayer Decided to Represent Himself and Challenged the Jurisdiction of the Court. The Jurisdiction Argument Was Held to Have No Merit and the Court Found that there was Sufficient Evidence to Affirm the Convictions.