Article Date:
June 2007


Word Count:
156

 

 

Dentist Goes to Prison for Tax Fraud


Roy Albert Lewis, a dentist from Danville, California, has been sentenced to serve 24 months in prison, by a term of three years of supervised release.1 Lewis was convicted of conspiring to defraud the United States and evading his income taxes.

 

Lewis became a client of Tower Executive Resources, a Denver organization that promoted a tax evasion scheme involving the use of false invoices and secret offshore bank accounts.2 Lewis’s dental practice paid bogus expenses to Tower to generate false ... Log in to view full article.

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