Aggressive Defense In Criminal Tax Matters

Our law office in Dallas represents clients throughout Texas and nationwide. Coleman, Anastopulos & Jackson, P.C. often comes to the aid of people charged with white collar crimes having to do with tax issues such as:

  • Tax evasion
  • Tax fraud
  • Filing falsified tax returns
  • Failing to pay taxes on gambling proceeds
  • Failing to comply with required foreign bank account reporting (FBAR)
  • Failing to collect and pay employment taxes
  • Money laundering and associated tax deficiencies or fraud

Your criminal tax charges may have come in one of these ways:

  • You were audited and an auditor found something suspicious in your finances. An investigation ensued and now you are accused of a criminal tax matter.
  • You were accused of a crime and in connection with that criminal matter, a tax component was added to the list of your criminal charges.

Pre-litigation, we advocate on your behalf with the Criminal Investigations Division of the IRS. We also advocate on your behalf before the Department of Justice Tax Division in Washington, D.C., if necessary.

Our tax controversy law firm focuses on developing individualized solutions for each of our clients. As your criminal tax defense attorneys, Coleman, Anastopulos & Jackson, P.C. reviews the challenges and potential defenses that will form the basis of our representation of you and if applicable, your business.

If Criminal Tax Charges Have Not Yet Been Filed

You may be aware that a white collar crime investigation is underway and criminal tax matters may come to light. This is the time to contact Coleman, Anastopulos & Jackson, P.C. We may be able to resolve your criminal tax matter with no resulting criminal charges. For example, we can guide you through the process of the offshore voluntary disclosure program (OVDP) and in many cases, help you resolve your offshore income tax problems with no criminal charges or criminal record.

For The Most Effective Defense In Your Federal Tax Crime Matter, Contact An Attorney As Soon As Possible

Criminal charges involving taxes will not go away on their own. Maximize your options for favorable results by consulting with an experienced lawyer as early in your case as you can. You may reach Coleman, Anastopulos & Jackson, P.C. in Dallas, Texas, at 972-810-4380 or by email through this website.