Grand Jury Subpoenas
When an audit is bad and an IRS Revenue agent uncovers glaring discrepancies and apparently willful tax evasion or tax fraud, the case may be turned over the Criminal Investigation Division (CID) of the IRS. Once this happens, it is not unusual for the taxpayer to be subpoenaed by a grand jury. Facing a Federal grand jury is a serious matter. Your potential indictment is backed by the full force of a Federal government investigation. Do not attempt to go before the grand jury without expert legal counsel from a criminal tax defense attorney.
In Oklahoma City, attorney Joe Shannonhouse has been representing those under grand jury investigation for alleged tax crimes. If you have been subpoenaed to appear before a Federal grand jury, Mr. Shannonhouse is empowered with more than 40 years of practicing tax law and criminal tax defense.
During a grand jury investigation, the financial records of taxpayers and their associates are carefully scrutinized by a CID special agent. Depending on the findings, the special agent may recommend criminal prosecution of the taxpayer.
If you have received a grand jury subpoena, contact criminal tax attorney Joe Shannonhouse immediately. You need a skilled attorney who can explain the grand jury process and aggressively protect your rights during a grand jury inquiry. Call (405) 415-1700 to schedule an evaluation of your case with Joe Shannonhouse and back your defense with more than 40 years of tax law experience and success.