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UNITED STATES OF AMERICA v. JULIANA COLE WEBER

No. 3:11-CR-00182-JBA

United States District Court in New Haven

THE PLEA AND OFFENSE

Juliana Cole Weber agrees to waive her right to be indicted and to plead guilty to a two-count
information charging her with one count of tax evasion, in violation of26 U.S.C. § 7201, and one
count of failure to collect and pay tax, in violation of 26 U.S.C. § 7202. She understands that to be
guilty of those offenses the following essential elements of each offense must be satisfied:
Tax Evasion, 26 U.S. C. § 7201
1. The defendant engaged in an affirmative act constituting an attempt to evade or
defeat a tax or the payment thereof.
2. The defendant had an additional tax due and owing.
3. The defendant acted willfully.

Sentence

– Four Months in Prison, 2 years supervised release (first 6 months will be home confinement)
– Tax restitution as set forth in the plea agreement – payment of $546,282 in back taxes owed plus interest and penalties
– $5,000 fine

View Plea Agreement

Defendant’s Memorandum in Aid of Sentencing   

Government’s Sentencing Memorandum 

 

 

Boarding Stable Owner Guilty of Tax Evasion