Radio Sputnik has discussed this with Dr Kyle Kopko, Associate Professor of Political Science and Director of the Honours and Pre-Law Programs with Elizabethtown College. Sputnik: Can you please talk about the situation where US attorney for Utah John Huber won't testify before the House panel on the Clinton probe, what is his reasoning do you think behind that? © AP Photo / Alex Brandon Trump Posts Video of Hillary Clinton Voicing Support for Fence Against Illegal MigrantsDr Kyle Kopko: There's a couple of different things that could be at play here. First of all, if there is still an ongoing and active investigation it's unlikely that the US attorney would want to openly talk about that to maintain the integrity of the investigation. There could also be political reasons as well. I think it's pretty clear that this is an effort by some Republicans in Congress to exercise some … [Read more...] about Clinton Probe: ‘I’d Say This is Going to be More a Tax Related Issue’
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Parliaments Mark D'Arcy Parliamentary correspondent 4 December 2018 Share this with Facebook Share this with Messenger Share this with Twitter Share this with Email Share this with Facebook Share this with WhatsApp Share this with Messenger Share this with Twitter Share Share this with These are external links and will open in a new window Email Share this with Email Facebook Share this with Facebook Messenger Share this with Messenger Messenger Share this with Messenger Twitter Share this with Twitter Pinterest Share this with Pinterest WhatsApp Share this with WhatsApp LinkedIn Share this with LinkedIn Copy this link https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-politics-parliaments-46440841 Read more about sharing. These are external links and will open in a new window Close share panel What will today's Commons motion to hold "ministers" in contempt actually … [Read more...] about Parliament: what does the contempt challenge mean?
Michael Collins USA TODAY Published 6:46 PM EDT Oct 3, 2018 WASHINGTON – Tax experts say President Donald Trump and his family are in no danger of facing federal criminal charges over allegations of potential tax fraud detailed by The New York Times, but they could be possibly forced to pay millions of dollars in federal back taxes, interest and civil penalties. But even that is unlikely. Federal law limits to six years the amount of time that prosecutors can file criminal charges in tax fraud cases. There is no statute of limitations for assessing civil penalties in cases of tax fraud. But the Internal Revenue Service probably would be reluctant to open an audit into questionable tax activities that allegedly happened more than two decades ago, according to tax experts. “Practically speaking, I would not expect the IRS to be pursuing this one,” said Steve Rosenthal, a tax lawyer who now serves as a senior fellow with the Urban-Brookings Tax Policy Center. … [Read more...] about Trump taxes: IRS unlikely to probe fraud claims detailed by newspaper
Until suddenly there wasn't. Donald Trump's former campaign chairman, who for months stood resolute in his innocence and determined to fight charge upon charge even as fellow former loyalists caved, reached an extraordinary plea agreement with special counsel Robert Mueller's office last Friday that requires him to assist the Russia investigation and converts him into a potentially vital government cooperator. The deal, struck in Washington just days before Manafort was to have faced a second trial, is tied to Ukrainian political consulting work and unrelated to the Trump campaign. The question remains what information Manafort (69) is able to provide about the president, as well as whether the Trump election effort coordinated with Russia. Manafort's leadership of the campaign at a time when prosecutors say Russian intelligence was working to sway the election, and his involvement in episodes under scrutiny, may make him an especially insightful witness. Manafort was among the … [Read more...] about Manafort plea deal prompts question: what does he know?
PUBLISHED: 15:22 19 July 2018 The granting of probate is necessary when you need to sort out a dead person's affairs. Archant Amidst the grief of losing a loved one, families also face the daunting prospect of administering their estate. Jane Marland, Director and Solicitor in the Wills, Trusts and Probate Department at HRJ Foreman Laws Solicitors talks about probate and what it could mean for you. The granting of probate is necessary when you need to sort out a dead person's affairs.Is probate relevant to me?Frequently families are asked to produce Probate before they can deal with any of the deceased’s assets, but they are often unsure what probate is or how it can be obtained. Probate is the legal process for dealing with the estate of someone who has died. A Grant of Representation (Grant) is usually required before the assets can be passed onto any beneficiaries. This is called a Grant of Probate if there is a Will. If there is not a will, you will need a Grant of … [Read more...] about Probate – what does it mean and when is it required?