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IRS Convictions of 31 USC 5324 for FY 2008

The latest available data from the Justice Department show that during the first six months of fiscal 2008 the government reported 25 new convictions for matters referred by the Internal Revenue Service with a lead charge of "31 USC 5324 - Structuring transactions to evade reporting requirement". Go to the report for full details.

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The following is a complete list of all judicial districts recording convictions last year for IRS referrals under 31 USC 5324. Clicking on the "More" link will give you the opportunity to obtain a report targeted to the conviction of these matters in the Judicial District indicated in the table.

Judicial District Count Rank  
Cal, E 3 1 More
N. Y., S 3 1 More
Conn 2 3 More
Fla, S 2 3 More
Mich, E 2 3 More
Wisc, E 2 3 More
Ala, N 1 7 More
Delaware 1 7 More
Ga, N 1 7 More
Ill, N 1 7 More
Mass 1 7 More
N. J. 1 7 More
Ohio, N 1 7 More
Ohio, S 1 7 More
S Car 1 7 More
Texas, E 1 7 More
Virg, W 1 7 More

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IRS Convictions of 31 USC 5324
for Fiscal Year 2008
Note: city listed will be based on the defendant's address when such information is available. Otherwise it will be the court branch location if available, or else the principal city in the district.
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