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Tax Cases That Went to Trial By Jury

These are some of the cases that Mr. Garvin tried at federal court - need this text 


 

U.S. v. S.G.

Mr. Sergio Gardea has been an accountant and tax return preparer for close to 20 years. The IRS computers determined that a high percentage of the tax returns prepared …

Not Guilty on all 30 Counts

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U.S. v. N.M.

Tax Resource Center is a tax return preparation business located in South Florida with several office locations. The company prepares approximately 1,500 tax returns a year. In 2007, Tax Resource …

Not Guilty on all 11 Counts

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U.S. v. J.R.

In 2010, the United States attorney’s office commenced an investigation into the informal lending business that centered in Hialeah, Florida. Shortly thereafter, the United States indicted Luis Felipe Perez for …

Not Guilty on all Counts

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U.S. v. J.M.

From 1999 through 2007 Frank DeSantis, Jeffrey Jedlicki, and Michael Geraud owned and operated numerous boiler rooms throughout South Florida that fraudulently sold commodities and foreign currency options to the …

Not Guilty on all Counts

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U.S. v. T.P.

T. P. found by Court of Appeals to be not guilty as a matter of law.

The newspaper read: "White collar criminal defense attorney David M. Garvin today announced the …

Not Guilty on all Counts

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U.S. v. H.C.

Three time Indianapolis 500 Winner - Helio Castroneves

The newspapers stated:

Miami, Florida - On April 16, 2009 a federal jury found race car driver and Dancing with the Stars …

Not Guilty on all Counts

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U.S. v. N.B.S.

The United States sought the "Business Death Penalty" against Nation's Business Service. The Unites States alleged that Nation's Business Service prepared over 4,000 fraudulent tax returns each year during the …

IRS Business Death Penalty DENIED

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U.S. v. J.C.

During the 2007 real estate boom, developers and large construction companies erected 40 and 50 story buildings in South Florida. There was a shortage of day laborers. Many of the …

Hung Jury on all Counts

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U.S. v. D.A.

In the case of United States v. Armadoros, Mr. Garvin represented the defendants who were accused of cashing over 8 million dollars of business checks at check cashing stores and …

Not Guilty on all Counts

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State v. A.T.

On April 19, 2007 the Third District Court of Appeals vacated the conviction entered by the trial court against Arthur Teele for corruptly threatening detectives during their investigation. The appeals …

Not Guilty on all Counts

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U.S. v. T.E.

In United States v. Elliott, the Government charged the taxpayer with income tax evasion. The Government executed a search warrant and found a large quantity of currency at the Elliott …

Not Guilty on all Counts

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U.S. v. C.U.

Charles Unkle was a commercial aircraft pilot. After years of flying he developed a medical condition that led the airlines to ground him. Mr. Unkle chose to retire. He received …

Not Guilty on all Counts

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S.E.C. v. T.B.

The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) alleged that Mr. Borell had traded a large volume of Neff Corporation stock with "insider information" of an impending sale of the …

Judgment for the Defendant

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A.S. v. Comm.

The tax deficiency arose from a dispute over the date Schaer completed the purchase of the stock of Tampa-based Computer Management Consultants in March 2005. The company incurred expenses of …

IRS Conceded Case

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