Frowned When Lawyers Do It

Misleading and “ridiculous” testimony is disappointing when it comes from a lawyer, Tax Court has ruled. The finding came in the case of a barrister whose testimony “bordered on the ridiculous” in challenging a reassessment of his tax returns: “He is a lawyer with over 40 years at the bar.”

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