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Navy and Defense Contractor Corruption And Fraud Scheme March 29, 2012

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Civilian defense contractors and Navy employees are pleading guilty to corruption, and fraud.  Here is just another fraud scheme where contracts were won, by giving bribes to officials.

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False testimony; verification of false statements, 54:52-19 November 27, 2009

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False testimony; verification of false statements, 54:52-19

A person who knowingly swears to, affirms, certifies or verifies any false or fraudulent statement with intent to evade, avoid or otherwise not pay any tax, fee, penalty or interest, or any part thereof, or being under oath, testifies falsely at any hearing held pursuant to the provisions of the State Tax Uniform Procedure Law, R.S. 54:48-1 et seq., is guilty of a crime of the fourth degree.

In New Jersey, tax crimes are very serious.  If you are under investigation for any tax issue or crime by either New Jersey state official or the IRS Criminal Division, call the team of tough, smart New Jersey criminal defense attorneys.  With 10 offices, we are easy to reach from anywhere in New Jersey.  Our tax crime lawyers will fight for you in any State and Federal Court in New Jersey.

Possession of goods without paying tax, 54:52-18 November 27, 2009

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Possession of goods without paying tax, 54:52-18 

A person who knowingly possesses goods which are required to be taxed and on which the tax has not been paid is guilty of a disorderly persons offense.

In New Jersey, tax crimes are very serious.  If you are under investigation for any tax issue or crime by either New Jersey state official or the IRS Criminal Division, call the team of tough, smart New Jersey criminal defense attorneys.  With 10 offices, we are easy to reach from anywhere in New Jersey.  Our tax crime lawyers will fight for you in any State and Federal Court in New Jersey.

Dealing with unlicensed person, 54:52-17 November 27, 2009

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Dealing with unlicensed person, 54:52-17

a. A person who is prohibited under the provisions of any State tax law from dealing with persons not properly licensed or registered with the Division of Taxation is a disorderly person if he knowingly deals with such an unlicensed person.

b. A person who is prohibited under the provisions of any State tax law from dealing with persons not properly licensed or registered with the Division of Taxation, who deals with an unlicensed person with the intent to evade, avoid, or otherwise not make timely payment or with the intent to assist the unlicensed person to evade, avoid, or otherwise not make timely payment of any tax, fee, penalty or interest, or any part thereof, is guilty of a crime of the fourth degree.

In New Jersey, tax crimes are very serious.  If you are under investigation for any tax issue or crime by either New Jersey state official or the IRS Criminal Division, call the team of tough, smart New Jersey criminal defense attorneys.  With 10 offices, we are easy to reach from anywhere in New Jersey.  Our tax crime lawyers will fight for you in any State and Federal Court in New Jersey.

Operating under voided corporate charter, 54:52-16 November 27, 2009

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Operating under voided corporate charter, 54:52-16

A person is guilty of a crime of the fourth degree if he knowingly operates under a voided corporate charter.

In New Jersey, tax crimes are very serious.  If you are under investigation for any tax issue or crime by either New Jersey state official or the IRS Criminal Division, call the team of tough, smart New Jersey criminal defense attorneys.  With 10 offices, we are easy to reach from anywhere in New Jersey.  Our tax crime lawyers will fight for you in any State and Federal Court in New Jersey.

Failure to turn over collected, withheld tax, 54:52-15 November 27, 2009

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Failure to turn over collected, withheld tax

NJSA 54:52-15

A person is guilty of a crime of the third degree if he, after having collected or withheld taxes as required by any State tax law, whether or not he is authorized, licensed, or registered to collect or withhold taxes, purposely fails to turn over the taxes to the Director of the Division of Taxation in the manner and at the time prescribed by law. The crime shall be of the second degree if the amount of the tax collected or withheld is $ 75,000.00 or more.

In New Jersey, tax crimes are very serious.  If you are under investigation for any tax issue or crime by either New Jersey state official or the IRS Criminal Division, call the team of tough, smart New Jersey criminal defense attorneys.  With 10 offices, we are easy to reach from anywhere in New Jersey.  Our tax crime lawyers will fight for you in any State and Federal Court in New Jersey.

Failure to collect, withhold State tax, 54:52-14 November 27, 2009

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Failure to collect, withhold State tax

NJSA 54:52-14

A person is guilty of a crime of the third degree if he fails to collect or withhold any State tax with the intent to evade, avoid, or otherwise not make timely payment of any tax, fee, penalty or interest, or any part thereof.

In New Jersey, tax crimes are very serious.  If you are under investigation for any tax issue or crime by either New Jersey state official or the IRS Criminal Division, call the team of tough, smart New Jersey criminal defense attorneys.  With 10 offices, we are easy to reach from anywhere in New Jersey.  Our tax crime lawyers will fight for you in any State and Federal Court in New Jersey.

Engaging in conduct requiring registration licensure without same, 54:52-13 November 27, 2009

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Engaging in conduct requiring registration licensure without same, 54:52-13

A person is guilty of a crime of the fourth degree if he is not licensed or registered with the Division of Taxation, and engages in conduct which requires him to register with or obtain a license from the Division of Taxation, with intent to evade, avoid or otherwise not make timely payment of any tax, fee, penalty or interest, or any part thereof.

In New Jersey, tax crimes are very serious.  If you are under investigation for any tax issue or crime by either New Jersey state official or the IRS Criminal Division, call the team of tough, smart New Jersey criminal defense attorneys.  With 10 offices, we are easy to reach from anywhere in New Jersey.  Our tax crime lawyers will fight for you in any State and Federal Court in New Jersey.

Failure to maintain books, records, 54:52-12 November 27, 2009

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Failure to maintain books, records, 54:52-12

A person is guilty of a crime of the third degree if he fails to maintain books or records as required by the provisions of any State tax law and the regulations issued thereunder with intent to evade, avoid or otherwise not make timely payment of any tax, fee, penalty or interest, or any part thereof.

In New Jersey, tax crimes are very serious.  If you are under investigation for any tax issue or crime by either New Jersey state official or the IRS Criminal Division, call the team of tough, smart New Jersey criminal defense attorneys.  With 10 offices, we are easy to reach from anywhere in New Jersey.  Our tax crime lawyers will fight for you in any State and Federal Court in New Jersey.

Assisting in preparation of fraudulent return, 54:52-11 November 27, 2009

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Assisting in preparation of fraudulent return, 54:52-11

A person is guilty of a crime of the third degree if he maintains, prepares or assists in the preparation of false or fraudulent books or records, or presents false or fraudulent books or records to the director for inspection or examination with intent to evade, avoid or otherwise not make timely payment of any tax, fee, penalty or interest, or any part thereof.

In New Jersey, tax crimes are very serious.  If you are under investigation for any tax issue or crime by either New Jersey state official or the IRS Criminal Division, call the team of tough, smart New Jersey criminal defense attorneys.  With 10 offices, we are easy to reach from anywhere in New Jersey.  Our tax crime lawyers will fight for you in any State and Federal Court in New Jersey.