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11th Circ. Says Rights Not Violated In Widow’s $220K Tax Row

Law360 (April 23, 2019, 9:05 PM EDT) -- An Eleventh Circuit panel on Tuesday again upheld summary judgment for the government in a $220,000 tax suit against a widow, finding her due process rights were not violated when she was denied the chance to file a new affidavit.

In an unpublished and per curiam opinion, Circuit Judges William H. Pryor, Julie E. Carnes and Elizabeth L. Branch rejected Estelle Stein’s arguments that her affidavit was specific enough to preclude finding the government’s assessments against her valid and that the district court’s finding against her violated Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 56 and her right to due process under the...

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Appellate - 11th Circuit

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1870 Tax Suits

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November 1, 2018

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