Flume et al v. United States of America Internal Revenue Service

Petitioner: Edward S. Flume and Martha S. Flume
Respondent: United States of America Internal Revenue Service
Case Number: 5:2012cv01154
Filed: December 10, 2012
Court: Texas Western District Court
Office: San Antonio Office
Presiding Judge: Harry Lee Hudspeth
Nature of Suit: Tax Suits: IRS-Third Party
Cause of Action: 26:7609 IRS: Petition to Quash IRS Summons
Jury Demanded By: None

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Petitioner: Edward S. Flume
Represented By: David Rodriguez
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Petitioner: Martha S. Flume
Represented By: David Rodriguez
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Respondent: United States of America Internal Revenue Service
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