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Tom Cable is not off the hook yet. The Civil Case may be next.

Hanson’s civil case has different parameters than a criminal charge.

San Francisco, CA – Hanson’s civil case could be very weak after the Napa DA’s Press Conference Thursday afternoon, October 21, 2009 where he stated that there is no evidence supporting criminal charges. Legal Sport Analyst and Tax Attorney Steve Moskowitz reported on Comcast SportsNet during and after the press conference that Hanson’s inconsistencies in his report of the incident greatly weaken his case.

Tom Cable may be concentrating on game strategy, but Hanson may have a strategy of his own. It may be likely that they pursue a quiet settlement with the Raiders Franchise to avoid a more public display. Steve Moskowitz believes that would be the first play by Hanson’s Attorney. If they don’t get what they want then pursuing a civil case could be next.

As a defense attorney Steve Moskowitz handles many cases that never see a courtroom. The purpose of a civil case is money. Now it is a matter of how much, if anything, to keep Hanson from pursuing the incident further, and is it worth it.

The Law Offices of Stephen Moskowitz, LLP is a tax law firm representing individuals and businesses with any type of tax situation; IRS and state, civil or criminal, such as audits, tax planning, and preparation of current and delinquent income, payroll and sales tax returns. Practicing with over 30 years of tax experience, Steve and his law firm have represented thousands of businesses and individuals with sensitive and complex cases, and simple ones too. Headquartered in the Financial District of San Francisco, the Law Offices of Stephen Moskowitz, LLP represents clients with local national and international cases.

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Offshore Bank Account Holders Missed IRS Offer That Expired October 15, 2009! NOW WHAT?

The IRS has steep penalties and even criminal prosecution if you have not reported your off-shore bank account or income.

San Francisco, CA – Anyone with a bank account outside of the United States who did not file an FBAR or check the yes box on their Income Tax Form may face criminal prosecution and penalties and fines that could exceed the money in the offshore account. The IRS is on a crusade to eliminate unreported income and bank accounts or any unreported other off-shore account over $10,000.

Tax Attorney Stephen Moskowitz, is representing account holders and may be able to help off-shore account holders who did not come forth before October 15, 2009. The Law Offices of Stephen Moskowitz, LLP is currently representing people with foreign bank accounts whether they reside in California or anywhere else in the world.

It is not too late to come forward and there may be benefits to filing now before the IRS discovers you. Whatever the situation getting good legal tax representation could be critical. The Law Offices of Stephen Moskowitz, LLP is available for free consultations with anyone who has an off-shore account or income.

he Law Offices of Stephen Moskowitz, LLP is a tax law firm representing individuals and businesses with any type of tax situation such as IRS and state audits, civil and criminal , payroll and sales tax returns, tax planning, and preparation of current and delinquent tax returns. Practicing with over 30 years of tax experience, Steve and his law firm have represented thousands of businesses and individuals with sensitive and complex cases. Headquartered in the Financial District of San Francisco, the Law Offices of Stephen Moskowitz, LLP represents clients with national and international cases.

For more information or if you have questions please use our contact form.