Supreme Court Clarifies Collateral Consequences of Tax Convictions
March 8, 2012 | New York Law Journal
This article discusses the Supreme Court's recent decision in Kawashima v. Holder, which resolved a circuit split and held that a conviction for filing a false tax return is a deportable offense. Kawashima provides important guidance to defense counsel advising their alien clients of the immgration consequences of a tax conviction.
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