United States of America v. Elk
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|December 4, 2017
ORDER: The Report and Recommendation (Doc. # 10 ) is ACCEPTED and ADOPTED. The Court hereby GRANTS the Petition to Enforce the Internal Revenue Service Summons (Doc. # 1 ). Respondent, Jason Elks, is directed to fully comply with the Internal Revenue Service Summonses served on him on February 10, 2017, copies of which are attached to the Petition. (Doc. ## 1-3, 1-4, 1-5). Specifically, Elks is ordered to appear before Revenue Officer Eric Lebron, or any other designated officer of the I nternal Revenue Service, at such time and place as may hereafter by fixed by Revenue Officer Lebron or his designee, to give testimony and produce for examination and copying the books, records, papers, and other data as demanded by the summonses. The Clerk is directed to CLOSE THE CASE. Signed by Judge Virginia M. Hernandez Covington on 12/4/2017. (KAK)
|August 11, 2017
ORDER granting in part and denying in part 1 Motion to Enforce IRS Summons. Respondent, Jason Elks, is ordered to show cause in writing within twenty-one (21) days of the date he is served with this Order as to why he should not be ordered to comply with the IRS summonses served on him on February 10, 2017. Failure to comply with this Order will result in an order directing Mr. Elks to fully comply with the summonses and may result in sanctions.. Signed by Magistrate Judge Julie S. Sneed on 8/11/2017. (LBL)
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