Tax Crimes

Columbus Tax Crimes Defense Lawyers

Facing a tax crime, regardless of the charge, is a highly serious matter. Once the IRS is convinced of your guilt, they will aggressively pursue criminal investigation, prosecution, and a possible conviction.

If you have been accused of a tax crime, your choice of defense attorney can have a significant impact on the outcome of your matter. At this time, your interests will be best served by retaining a lawyer who has significant experience defending against IRS criminal charges.

Experienced Criminal Defense from a Former Prosecutor for the Department Of Justice

Attorney Terrence Grady is a highly sought-after tax lawyer and criminal defender. As a former prosecutor for the Department of Justice, he knows how the government will likely prepare its prosecution and how to assess weak spots in their case. With more than 30 years of legal experience, Mr. Grady has also developed a comprehensive knowledge of tax codes and IRS regulations. He easily understands complex criminal tax charges and as a result can create effective strategies for defending each individual client.

Attorney Grady and his team defend clients against a wide range of tax crimes, including:

  • Failure to file tax returns and underreported income
  • Signing and filing fraudulent tax returns
  • Tax evasion; failure to pay
  • Failure to pay payroll tax
  • Fraudulent business expenses
  • Fraudulent conveyance
  • International tax investigations

When you work with our Ohio law firm, we know your future and freedom are on the line. We focus on prompt resolutions through full dismissal, or favorable plea bargains when dropped charges are not realistic. While trial is not always a first choice due to the risk involved for our client, we are experienced litigators and are readily prepared to defend clients in the courtroom when necessary.

Learn more about criminal tax investigations through these frequently asked questions.

Get a Lawyer Involved Before the IRS Escalates Your Matter to the Criminal Division

While the majority of civil tax matters do not escalate to criminal charges, some do. As soon as you become aware of a civil tax investigation, contact our tax crimes defense attorneys.