And for good reason. He has tried over 55 criminal tax cases in 25 states. Trial of a criminal tax case requires knowledge of and experience with criminal law, trials and appeals, and tax law.
As evidenced by the firm’s practice areas, Mac has extensive experience in the areas of civil and criminal tax controversies of all types, ranging from audits and criminal investigations, many of which were dropped, to appeals to the U.S. Supreme Court.
In fact, the Arizona Supreme Court unanimously agreed that his client, constitutionalist and former governor Evan Mecham, could run again for governor, despite his impeachment conviction. Ingram v. Shumway, 794 P.2d 147 (Ariz. 1990).
Thus, acquittal was ordered for charges of intentional interference with IRS agents. U.S. v. Hylton, 558 F.Supp. 872 (S.D. Tex. 1982), aff’d, 710 F.2d 1106 (5th Cir. 1983). Simply put, with extensive experience, Mac brings to bear well-honed skills.
In the military tradition, we call this “full metal jacket.”
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A + B = C. If you know the quantity A and the quantity B, you can solve for the quantity C. Simple math. Simple logic.
Or, if C requires both elements A and B, then with either A or B missing, you cannot have C. Or, the syllogism. Major premise; minor premise; conclusion. All persons with X have Y. Kramer has X; therefore, Kramer has Y.
After all, engineering is applied math, and math is “the perfect science.”
As Batiat said in The Law, “The law perverted!” Those in control have the power to pervert the law; and will do so, unless we are able to hold them to their constitutional oath, including due process, and cause them to view the law as it should be viewed, objectively, not subjectively: A + B = C.
The dedication reads: “For our three sons, Scott, Ryan, and Nathan, that they may grow in the knowledge of ‘Freeborn Englishmen.’ And for ‘The Patriots,’ and their ‘Sons of Liberty.’”
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His decorations includeCombat Infantryman Badge Several Air Medals Several Bronze Star Medals The Vietnamese Cross of Gallantry with Silver Star
Malcolm, nicknamed “Mac,” died when Mac was two, and when Mac was in the first grade, the children were placed in Catholic boarding schools run by nuns, the boys in St. Aloysius Military Institute in Ohio for two years, until the school shut down.
Mac and Douglas then attended for two years Millersburg Military Institute in Kentucky. Thus, Mac first wore the military uniform at age six. From first grade it was his dream and desire to attend a service academy.
Mac won a Congressional appointment to West Point directly from public high school in Cincinnati, where he swam and played football.
During his second summer at West Point, when Mac was 19, he met Barbara Joanne Hubsch of Lower Merion, Pennsylvania. Barbara was 16. When Mac returned from 18 months of combat in Vietnam in December of 1969, he flew to see Barbara; the following September they were married.
They have three sons, Scott (J.D., Chapman; M.S., Purdue), Ryan (Ph.D., Notre Dame, college professor), and Nathan (J.D., Drake University), plus 10 grandchildren, and one dog, a golden-border collie mix, Doggie. Mac’s interests are: grandchildren, walking Doggie, flying, sailing, swimming, hiking, biking, plus reading and writing. The couple has homes in both Glendale (Phoenix), Arizona, and Encinitas (San Diego), California.