Criminal Tax Offenses

Facing a criminal charge for tax fraud means you will be facing the full weight and resources of the United States criminal justice system. You won't just be fighting to protect yourself from tax penalties, interest and fines. If the charges are serious, you could be facing possible indictment by a grand jury and a prison sentence.

"If you have reason to believe that your civil tax investigation by the IRS may, in fact, be turning into a criminal tax fraud investigation, call my office immediately. The sooner I can get to work protecting your rights, the more options you will have protecting your future." — Attorney Angelique M. Neal

Attorney Angelique M. Neal has more than 15 years of experience as a tax lawyer, including more than six years as an IRS lawyer and Special Assistant United States Attorney, where she was exposed every day to the tactics and strategies used by federal investigators when determining criminal intent for tax fraud.

She has an in-depth understanding of the line between criminal intent and honest mistakes or overreaching on how a taxpayer or preparer may have interpreted a particular exemption or reportable income. She will aggressively work with the prosecutors to help you resolve your criminal tax fraud or tax evasion case in the best possible way for you and your family.

Experienced Tax Crime Defense

Ms. Neal has experience representing clients in areas of criminal tax matters such as:

From offices in Brighton, Michigan, tax lawyer Angelique M. Neal represents clients throughout the state, the Midwest and the United States. Wherever you are, call toll free at 888-351-8395 or contact the firm by e-mail to arrange a consultation with an experienced IRS tax attorney.