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Her fascinating analysis documents the transnational and cross-racial networks immigrants forged in order to evade U.S.
The new world of digital information networks can make it increasingly difficult for people to hide, dissemble, cheat, and evade. The amount of information available continues to grow, and it is increasingly susceptible to computer analysis by the computerized surveillance of authorities."
Huffer, who trained at La Grange Stables in Newmarket, appeared for sentencing on two charges of attempting knowingly to evade duty and VAT.
And there are more than three million anonymous corporations--which are designed to conceal the origin and destination of goods in trade and to evade taxes by hiding profits and assets.
In an effort to justify the seizure, the government may argue that the motorist's efforts to evade the drug checkpoint gave law enforcement officers a reasonable suspicion to justify the temporary detention of the vehicle pursuant to the Supreme Court's decision in Terry v.
And the contra-diversion was precisely intended to evade this measure.
It should not be concluded that Pakistanis do not evade tax.
5 ( ANI ): Union Railway Minister Piyush Goyal on Monday said that the Congress party is disrupting the proceeding of the Lok Sabha to evade a discussion on the Punjab National Bank (PNB) scam.
A Dehradun Court convicted one defaulter for holding undisclosed foreign bank account and sentenced him to two years of imprisonment for wilful attempt to evade tax and to two years for false statement in verification alongwith monetary penalty for each default respectively.
Argentina has urged HSBC Holdings (LSE: HSBA) to repatriate money that it says the bank's Argentine branch moved offshore to help clients evade taxes.
Peshawar -- Inspector General Police Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Nasir Durrani said on Thursday that terrorist organizations had been changing their names to evade police action and arrests.