Tax Fraud Defense Lawyer in Dallas
Successfully Defending Against the IRS
If you're facing criminal charges brought by the IRS, you should know that the IRS must still prove its case. You're still innocent until proven guilty. The IRS must show you intended to commit a crime. While they may have extensive resources, the firm Crain Lewis Brogdon, LLP is equally prepared to prove your innocence in court. Our skilled and experienced litigators have handled tax fraud cases like yours before, and we have achieved amazing results for our clients.
Schedule a free case consultation with our team—let us help you determine the next step.
Why Hire Crain Lewis Brogdon, LLP?
If you've been notified by the IRS of a tax investigation, or have been subpoenaed to appear before a grand jury, the criminal tax fraud attorneys of Crain Lewis Brogdon, LLP will defend you. With years of experience handling all aspects of criminal cases, we have seen first-hand how tax charges can result from related charges like drug crimes, embezzlement, or money laundering.
The government's allegations of tax fraud might involve:
- Filing a false tax return
- Under-reporting of income
- Falsified corporate accounts
- Undeclared offshore bank accounts
- Tax evasion for hidden assets or hidden income
In some cases, we can help you deal with a tax problem before it becomes a criminal case. As long as you are trying to address the tax problem, the IRS might not seek criminal prosecution. In any situation, our attorneys have the resources and skill you will need to face the federal government.
If you have been notified that a state or federal tax investigation is being conducted by a grand jury or by special agents of the IRS criminal investigation division, you need to speak with both a tax accountant or tax lawyer and a criminal defense lawyer. A comprehensive defense strategy would consider both the financial liability and the criminal consequences that could put you in prison.
Serving Individuals in Collin County, Dallas County, & Tarrant County
Facing federal charges for tax fraud might seem like a case of mathematics, but as defense attorneys, it is our job to present the whole story. We can fight bureaucratic ineffectiveness and ensure that your voice is heard in court. However, if you are facing charges, you have no time to lose.
Schedule your free consultation now—call (214) 301-5007 to speak with our legal team today.