Sergio Gardea an accountant and tax return preparer with offices in Akron and Canton, Ohio prevailed in his federal jury trial in dramatic fashion with an unanimous NOT GUILTY verdict on all counts. Mr. Gardea had been charged with 30 counts of willfully filing false tax returns for clients. During the trial 9 counts were dismissed by the government and the jury found Mr. Gardea NOT GUILTY on all 21 counts remaining.
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Taxpayers who find that they are the target of an IRS tax investigation for possible criminal tax violations are presented with difficult choices that often affect the ultimate outcomes of their cases.
Taxpayers who are the target of an Internal Revenue Service Criminal Investigation Division investigation benefit from an understanding of the purpose of these investigations.
CPA, John Miller, accused of various tax violations, was found not guilty on all counts by a jury following trial.
Tennessee businessman and his partner were accused of bank fraud. Both men were found not guilty on all counts.
A certified public accountant was charged with conspiracy to defraud the IRS, preparing and filing false tax returns and obstructing a CFTC and an IRS investigation. The jury found him not guilty on all counts.