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Miami IRS Violation Lawyers

Challenging Tax Violation Investigations & Charges

The IRS Criminal Investigation Division is responsible for investigating alleged violations of the Internal Revenue Code (IRC), Bank Secrecy Act (BSA), and related offenses. IRS investigators and agents will work diligently to gather sufficient evidence and turn their findings over to the Department of Justice (DOJ) to prosecute alleged tax violations.

If you are facing an investigation by the IRS for any type of tax-related or financial crime, you could face federal charges. The ideal option is to involve an attorney who can get to work immediately to defend your interests. At Beckham Solis, Attorneys at Law, we have the experience with federal defense counsel and tax laws to help. Our Miami IRS violation lawyers have over six decades of combined legal experience, and we know how to use it to protect your rights.

Call (305) 290-1884 for a free, private consultation with our experienced professionals, and find out what can be done in the face of your tax violation charges or investigation.

Internal Revenue Code & Related Violations

Title 26 of the U.S. Code contains the Internal Revenue Code (IRC), which is commonly referred to as tax code or IRS code. These laws are enforced by the IRS and violations of these may be criminally investigated and prosecuted, with harsh penalties imposed on anyone convicted of such an offense.

The IRS investigates the following IRC violations:

  • Tax evasion (I.R.C. § 7201)
  • Willful failure to collect or pay over tax (I.R.C. § 7202)
  • Failure to file, supply information, or pay tax (I.R.C. § 7203)
  • Fraudulent withholding or failure to supply information (I.R.C. § 7205)
  • Fraud and false statements (I.R.C. § 7206)
  • Fraudulent returns, statements, or other documents (I.R.C. § 7207)
  • Attempts to interfere with the administration of internal revenue laws (I.R.C. § 7212)

The IRS may also investigate related offenses, including:

  • Aiding and abetting (18 U.S.C. § 2)
  • Conspiracy to defraud the government with respect to claims (18 U.S.C. § 286)
  • False, fictitious, or fraudulent claims (18 U.S.C. § 287)
  • Conspiracy (U.S.C. § 371)
  • Fictitious obligations (U.S.C. § 514)
  • Identity theft (U.S.C. § 1028(a)(7))

Bank Secrecy Act

The IRS may also investigate, and recommend for prosecution, violations of the Bank Secrecy Act of 1970, which requires the collaboration of financial institutions with the U.S. government in the presence of suspected fraud or money laundering. A willful BSA violation may result in a 5-year prison term and up to $250,000 in fines. These are complex matters that require a firm with experience in challenging IRS investigations and federal BSA charges.

Tax Violation Defense Attorneys in Miami, FL

If you’re under investigation for or have already been accused of a tax violation, Beckham Solis, Attorneys at Law may be able to help. We are known as aggressive litigators, but we also recognize the importance of taking a careful, strategic approach to challenging IRS investigations and federal tax violation charges. Our team takes care to identify each client’s goals and needs so we can tailor our counsel accordingly.

For a free review of your alleged IRS violation, call (305) 290-1884 or contact us online.

Unprecedented Results

Recent Case Results
  • Attempted Felony Murder & Aggravated Battery – Charges Dismissed Case: F18-011485 | 2018
  • Battery & Resisting Arrest - Charges Dismissed Case M06-46384 | 2006
  • Fraudulent Credit Cards - Charges Dismissed Case: F13-1882, F13-1883 | 2013
  • Shoplifting - Charges Dismissed Case B08-13644 | 2008
  • Property Crime - Reduced Misdemeanor Charges Case: M18-18465 | 2018
  • Disorderly Intoxication, Resisting Arrest with Violence, Trespassing – Charges Dropped Case: F18-009871 | 2018
  • Battery & Resisting Arrest - Charges Dismissed Case B07-11768 | 2007
  • Domestic Battery - Misdemeanor Charge Case: M19-5915 | 2019
  • Grand Theft - Charges Dismissed Case F04-29275B | 2004
  • Cannabis Possession – Charges Dismissed Case: B18-24552 | 2018
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