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By Prison Legal News

Two prisoners at the Yavapai County Jail have been sentenced for their involvement in a fraudulent tax refund scheme.  James Borboa pleaded guilty and on September 8, 2013 received an additional 18.5 years in prison for using other prisoners’ IDs to file tax returns for 2010, 2011, and 2012.  Justin Eugene Shaw Young, who also participated in the scheme, pleaded guilty in August 2013 and received a mitigated sentence of 6 years.  Borboa and Young offered kickbacks of about $1,000 to each prisoner whose ID was used in the tax scam.

About Christopher Zoukis, MBA

Christopher Zoukis, MBA, is the Managing Director of the Zoukis Consulting Group, a federal prison consultancy that assists attorneys, federal criminal defendants, and federal prisoners with prison preparation, in-prison matters, and reentry. His books include Directory of Federal Prisons (Middle Street Publishing, 2020), Federal Prison Handbook (Middle Street Publishing, 2017), Prison Education Guide (PLN Publishing, 2016), and College for Convicts: The Case for Higher Education in American Prisons (McFarland & Company, 2014).

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