Michael Minns’ The Underground Lawyer was written as a symbol of growing intolerance for those in government and in law who have abused their power and authority, and abused the rights of everyday people. It also serves as encouragement to attorneys who represent these victims and who have found themselves the prey of this abuse. Read professional reviews of The Underground Lawyer.
“IRS agents lie, commit crimes, and destroy families,” maintains attorney Michael Minns (The Underground Lawyer), who would like to see our federal tax-collecting institution disbanded. In How to Survive the IRS: My Battles Against Goliath, which features a preface by U.S. Rep. Ron Paul (who has voted for the abolition of the IRS), Minns provides a brief history of taxation in the U.S., urges radical reform and memorably recounts his confrontations with the IRS on behalf of clients.
Law Journal Articles
Cross-Examination of the Government’s Witnesses in a Criminal Tax Defense Case,
THE TAX LAWYER, VOL. 64 NO. 1 (FALL 2010)
A Brief History of Willfulness as it Applies to the Body of American Criminal Tax Law, SOUTH TEXAS LAW REVIEW, 49 S. Tex. L. Rev. 395 (Winter 2007)