Tax Fraud Investigations – A Procedural Road Map – Part II

Joseph M. Jones I. Introduction In the last issue of the Corporate Criminal Liability Reporter, Spring 1988, we described the process involved in IRS criminal investigations — how they begin, the cast of players, the investigatory techniques used, and the manner in which evidence is summarized for subsequent use in reviewing and prosecuting the case. In this second of two articles we will attempt to identify those techniques which counsel…
Former IRS Special Agent, having worked in the IRS Criminal Investigation Division's office in Baltimore, Maryland. In 1980, he was named as Criminal Investigator of the Year by the Association of Federal Investigators. He holds a B.A. in Business Administration, an M.B.A., and a law degree, all from the University of Maryland. In addition to the University of Maryland, Mr. Haynes has attended MacMurray College, the University of Illinois, Southern Illinois University and Georgetown University Law School.
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