U.S. THIRD CIRCUIT

Anderson v. Commissioner of Internal Revenue

TAXATION

New Jersey Law Journal

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Under the doctrine of collateral estoppel, defendant's previous guilty plea for criminal tax evasion conclusively established the taxability to him of the income that his criminal indictment charged him with failing to report.

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