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Part Two – Could “Johnny Football” Go To Jail?

Posted in Criminal Tax
“Johnny Football” Manziel had an amazing game against Alabama this past weekend.  There is no doubt he is one of the greatest ever to play college football. Many famous athletes like Manziel have “entourages.”  The Urban Dictionary has many definitions of what an entourage is – but it is basically a “posse” that follows the… Continue Reading

Could Johnny Football Go To Jail?

Posted in Criminal Tax
ESPN reported in August that Heisman Trophy winner Johnny Manziel “…agreed to sign memorabilia in exchange for a five-figure flat fee during his trip to Miami for the Discover BCS National Championship.” Of course the real fear for Texas A&M faithful was that he would lose his eligibility to play football for violating NCAA Bylaw… Continue Reading

“Breaking Bad” and Tax Evasion

Posted in Criminal Tax
I love the TV Series “Breaking Bad” on AMC.  In a nutshell, it is about a tough luck high school chemistry teacher named Walter White who turns into a major drug dealer and murderer. This clip sets it up nicely. Several episodes involve a cover-up of tax evasion.  After her baby is born, Walter’s wife,… Continue Reading