Branson Attorney Pleads Guilty to Tax...

Branson Attorney Pleads Guilty to Tax Evasion

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Branson Crooked Lawyers

Ozark, MO

#1 May 5, 2013
Branson Attorney Pleads Guilty to Tax Evasion

By: The Branson Office

May 05, 2013

An attorney from Branson,Michael Stufflebean pleaded guilty in federal court Friday to willfully failing to pay both the payroll taxes he deducted from his employees’ paychecks and his personal income taxes.

Fifty-one-year-old Michael Stufflebean was the sole owner of the Disability and Elder Law Center in Branson. Stufflebean failed to pay over 12-thousand dollars in employment taxes, and did not file individual tax returns from 2008 to 2011.

Stufflebean is subject to a sentence of up to 6 years in federal prison without parole,
plus a fine of up to 35-thousand dollars.

Good riddaance to another crooked lawyer.

So long Michael Stufflebean.

ps: you stuffed yourself out.

Branson, MO

#2 May 5, 2013
That was in ozark u idiot, a bad troll is a bad troll!!

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