Caroline Rule quoted in "Headlines - IRS, DOJ Must Rethink Strategy On Felony Tax Obstruction Charges Post-Marinello", LexisNexis

The Supreme Court's March 21 decision in Marinello v. United States put substantial limits on the government's ability to pursue felony tax obstruction charges, but it left an opening for the Internal Revenue Service and the Justice Department's Tax Division to potentially bring such charges. The agencies must show they gave a taxpayer fair warning that engaging in certain behavior is unlawful and could result in a tax proceeding.

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