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Tax Sentence Served: Lauryn Hill Out of Prison

A few days short of her three-month sentence for tax evasion, the prison doors opened for Lauryn Hill on Friday, October 4.
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Crime Watch: September 6, 2013

David Haigler, who pleaded guilty in US District Court for the Middle District of Alabama September 5, 2013, to one count of theft of public funds and to one count of passing US Treasury checks with forged endorsements, faces twenty years in prison.
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Prison Doors Slam on Fat Joe for Tax Evasion

On August 26, as scheduled, forty-two-year-old rapper "Fat Joe" reported to a Federal Detention Center in Miami. He'll spend four months there, followed by a year of supervised release.
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Crime Watch: August 30, 2013

The Justice Department announced August 20 that Teresa Marie Marty, Charles Tingler, and Victoria Tingler have been charged with conspiracy to defraud the United States and filing multimillion-dollar liens against government officials.
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Prosecutors Get Paid to Watch 'Real Housewives of New Jersey'

As the case against reality star Teresa Giudice and husband Joe unfolds, outtakes from "The Real Housewives of New Jersey" will become part of the evidence for the prosecution to sift through.
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Giudices Returned to Court for Tax Fraud

On August 14, Joe and Teresa Giudice appeared in US District Court to enter pleas of not guilty through their attorneys. They didn't speak at all, but a reporter in the courtroom said that at one point, Teresa mopped sweat off her husband's brow.
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Crime Watch: August 9, 2013

A former Washington State real estate developer and his long-time girlfriend were convicted August 4 on twenty-five counts of tax evasion and false statements related to their scheme to avoid paying taxes on more than $23 million in income.
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New York State Tax Collection Plan: No Pay-No Drive

If you're a resident of New York State and you've fallen behind in your state personal tax payments and owe more than $10,000, you might need to hire a driver or take a cab.
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Crime Watch: August 2, 2013

The Justice Department and IRS announced that John T. Hoang of Virginia pleaded guilty in federal district court in Washington, DC, to willfully aiding and assisting in the preparation of false income tax returns for tax year 2004.
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Chris Zorich Avoids Prison in His Tax Evasion Case

Back in March when Chris Zorich faced a Chicago judge to answer for his tax failings, he took it like a man. In the long run, this attitude might have bought him some mercy.
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Crime Watch: July 18, 2013

A Texas man, who was arrested in an airport while attempting to flee the country, was indicted in the Central District of California in a multimillion-dollar identity theft and tax refund fraud scheme. If convicted, he faces a statutory maximum sentence of at least seventy-five years in federal prison.
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Tax Evasion: Jail Time Begins for Lauryn Hill

Lauryn Hill is officially behind bars. Her first meal, according to TMZ.com, was "tasty BBQ pulled pork with a side of carrots, peas, and sweet potatoes." Doesn't sound too punitive.
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Crime Watch: July 3, 2013

A California man admitted that for tax years 2007 and 2008, he failed to report approximately $1,843,847 of income, resulting in an additional tax due and owing to the government of approximately $516,277. He faces a five-year prison sentence.
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Crime Watch: June 28, 2013

A California man was sentenced to two years imprisonment, three years of supervised release, and ordered to pay $11,738,000 in restitution for aiding in the evasion of payment of federal payroll taxes.
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Rapper Fat Joe Sentenced on Tax Evasion Charges

Last December, Rapper Fat Joe – real name Joseph Cartagena – was convicted of tax evasion on nearly $3 million of income from 2007 and 2008. The tax shortfall with penalties comes to more than $1 million, plus a $200,000 fine.
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Crime Watch: June 21, 2013

A Washington man who advised and assisted others in a common tax fraud scheme, was sentenced June 14 in US District Court in Tacoma to ninety-seven months in prison and three years of supervised release.
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Crime Watch: June 13, 2013

Melvin Mooring, a Gainesville, Virginia, accountant, was sentenced to six years in federal prison for stealing $3.3 million from the company where he served as the chief financial officer. He had pleaded guilty to wire fraud and tax evasion charges in March.
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Crime Watch: June 7, 2013

An Alabama woman was sentenced to ten years in prison and ordered to pay $1,198,063 in restitution. Rhashema Deramus and those working for her stole people’s identities and used them to file fraudulent tax returns and obtain tax refunds that were not owed to them.
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Crime Watch: May 22, 2013

Michael Parker of Baltimore, Maryland, who was the COO of TransCapital Corporation, a tax-advantaged investments company based in Virginia, was sentenced May 20 to fifty-four months in prison in KPMG tax shelter case.
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Crime Watch: May 16, 2013

A man who perpetrated a million-dollar investment fraud from California that defrauded New Jersey victims was sentenced May 14 to forty-six months in prison for crimes related to the scheme, US Attorney Paul J. Fishman announced.

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