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2. Supreme Court Rules that Filing and Aiding and Abetting Filing of False Tax Returns Are Aggravated Felonies Where Loss Exceeds $10, 000

89 NO. 9 INTERREL 426Interpreter Releases Report and analysis of immigration and nationality law (Approx. 5 pages)

2. Supreme Court Rules that Filing and Aiding and Abetting Filing of False Tax Returns Are Aggravated Felonies Where Loss Exceeds $10, 000

89 NO. 9 INTERREL 426Interpreter Releases Report and analysis of immigration and nationality law (Approx. 5 pages)

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2. Supreme Court Rules that Filing and Aiding and Abetting Filing of False Tax Returns Are Aggravated Felonies Where Loss Exceeds $10,000
On February 21, 2012, the U.S. Supreme Court issued its decision in Kawashima v. Holder, (U.S. Feb. 21, 2012), affirming the decision of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit that convictions under 26 USCA § 7206(1) and (2)...
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