Charge of tax evasion added to 20-count indictment of Palm Beach developer
Robert Matthews and the Palm House condo project at 160 Royal Palm Way
Robert V. Matthews and his wife, Maria Matthews, would face a maximum prison sentence of five years if convicted of tax evasion
A federal grand jury last week indicted Palm Beach developer Robert V. Matthews and his wife on one count of tax evasion.
Matthews and his wife, Maria Matthews, would face a maximum prison sentence of five years if found guilty of tax evasion.
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