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Hamline Law Prof Charged With Tax Evasion

Tax law was one of her specialties, huh? Innocent until proven guilty. Read more at The Star Tribune

Hamline law professor charged for evading taxes
According to the charges, the professor owes the state almost $5,000. The school said she will continue to teach.
By BOB VON STERNBERG, and JOY POWELL

An associate law professor at Hamline University whose law school bio lists tax law as one of her specialties was charged Wednesday with multiple counts of tax fraud and evasion.

Robin K. Magee, 46, of St. Paul, was charged in Ramsey County District Court with 11 counts of failing to file a tax return, filing a false or fraudulent return, and failing to pay taxes during a four-year period.

Magee, a longtime activist with the NAACP who has protested cases of police brutality, did not immediately return calls or e-mails Wednesday from Star Tribune reporters.

According to the criminal complaint, Magee owes the state $4,938 for tax years 2004 through 2007.

The alleged non-payments were discovered in an investigation by the Minnesota Department of Revenue; the agency’s records also show that Magee “has a history of failing to timely file Minnesota income tax returns.”


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