Our Miami White Collar Crime Lawyers are Ready to Help
If you or your company are charged with tax evasion, you could face scrutiny
from the IRS which could seriously threaten your future. If you are being
investigated for failing to pay taxes, your first step should be to retain
legal counsel from a Miami criminal defense attorney from our firm.
Rothman & Associates, P.A. works hard to provide each and every client
with the vigorous representation they need when they face criminal charges.
Attorney Rothman is a
Board Certified Criminal Trial lawyer by The Florida Bar Board of Legal Specialization and Education, and a
Board Certified Criminal Trial Advocacy Specialist by the National Board
of Trial Advocacy. This, coupled with
our 40 combined years of experience makes our firm stand apart from others in protecting our clients when
they are arrested.
What qualifies as tax evasion?
You can be charged with tax evasion if suspected to have somehow unlawfully
avoided paying your rightful amount of taxes to the proper government agency.
Different types of tax crimes can include:
- Tax evasion
- Failure to file a tax return
- Filing a false tax return
- Willful failure to collect or pay employee’s payroll withholding tax
- Failure to pay state sales tax
There is a good chance you will be forced to pay heavy fines of up to $100,000
(or $500,000 for corporations) and even spend up to five years in prison
if you are found guilty of tax evasion.
Your Defense Begins Today
white collar crimes lawyers understand that the prosecution must prove beyond reasonable doubt that
you acted intentionally to defraud or otherwise avoid paying your taxes,
rather than simply being a case of negligence.
When you are accused of committing tax evasion, you need to act quickly
in order to secure a fierce defense. Our Miami white collar crime attorneys
can ensure you take all the proper steps to protect yourself from further charges.
Call our firm right away and put us in your corner—(305) 570-4439!