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Major Sentencing Guideline Changes for Most Tax Offenders, With More on the Way: ABA Sentencing Panel by EVAN DAVIS

Those who commit tax crimes are among the least likely to re-offend, as statistics from the United States Sentencing Commission – the group that drafts the Federal Sentencing Guidelines used by judges to help determine what sentence to impose – have consistently shown. Mostly well-educated, older, and without any prior criminal history, tax offenders almost always are deeply ashamed of having committed their crime and don’t want to see the inside of a courtroom or, even worse, a federal prison, ever again.

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