Allegations of filing false tax returns, failure to file, structuring or tax evasion are serious criminal charges that can result in lengthy prison terms under the federal sentencing guidelines.
If you have been accused of tax fraud, working with an experienced defense lawyer is critical to your freedom. Philadelphia criminal defense attorney Hope Lefeber has been representing defendants accused of federal crimes for more than 30 years. Her experience as a former enforcement attorney for the United States Securities & Exchange Commission enables her to understand how the government works, and therefore enables her to best prepare a winning defense. If necessary, Ms. Lefeber will work with you and her team of investigators, forensic accountants and experts to get the most favorable results.
Hope Lefeber is extremely well-known and respected in the federal courts for her aggressive and effective representation of her clients. She has represented high-profile clients, published numerous articles, lectured on federal criminal law issues and appeared on TV News as a legal expert.
Most important: Hope Lefeber is tireless in her pursuit of her client's constitutional rights and vigorously challenges the government's theory of the case. She will leave no stone unturned in her effort to mitigate or lessen the charges by using detail-oriented strategies to analyze the government's case and uncover the flaws. From the inception of your case to its conclusion, she focuses on helping you achieve the best possible results.
Attorney Representation for Federal Tax Fraud Charges
Hope Lefeber represents CPAs, accountants, businessmen, individuals and corporate taxpayers facing a wide range of allegations related to tax fraud:
- Failure to file a federal income tax return / tax evasion
- Intentional underreporting of income
- Making improper deductions
- Filing false income tax returns
- Failure to report international income
- Assisting in the preparation of false tax returns
- Failure to pay withholding tax
- Money laundering
When you face charges of tax fraud, the best approach is to act quickly. If the IRS has served notice of intent to investigate or audit you or your business on suspicion of tax fraud, you should contact an attorney immediately.
Contact Experienced Tax Fraud Attorney Hope Lefeber
To seek representation by an experienced criminal defense lawyer, contact the Philadelphia law office of Hope Lefeber by calling 610-668-7927 or completing our online form. Consultations are free and confidential.