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Pepper Hamilton LLP | USA | 16 Nov 2010

Willful blindness instructions in criminal tax cases: the Third Circuit's Stadtmauer ruling

In United States v. Stadtmauer, the Third Circuit Court of Appeals recently upheld a willful blindness jury instruction that applied to a defendant’s knowledge of the law in a criminal tax case, making it easier for federal prosecutors to obtain convictions for tax crimes.

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