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Tax Evasion Is ‘Continuing Offense’ (access required)

Although there is a six-year statute of limitations for unlawful evasion of taxes, the government can charge defendant with evasion during a 12-year period as a single continuous offense with the last act occurring as recently as 2007, and the Richmond U.S. District Court denies defendant’s motion to dismiss this count as unconstitutionally duplicitious. The purpose ...

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