United States of America v. Otten, Stacey
ORDER TO ENFORCE IRS SUMMONS. Order to show cause hearing set for 2/1/12 at 8:30 am canceled. Signed by District Judge Barbara B. Crabb on 1/31/12. (rep)
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IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE WESTERN DISTRICT OF WISCONSIN
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA,
) Case No. 11-cv-750-bbc
STACEY L. OTTEN,
ORDER TO ENFORCE INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE SUMMONS
A copy of the petition and order to show cause having been served on
respondent on December 28, 2011, and the respondent having failed to file a written
response to the petition within the time period allowed by the order to show cause,
IT IS HEREBY ORDERED that the respondent appear before Revenue Officer
Amy McCormick or designee at a time and place to be agreed upon mutually for the
purpose of giving testimony concerning the tax liabilities of Stacey L. Otten for the year
2003, and then and there produce for examination and/ or photostatic copying or other
mechanical means of reproduction, the following:
All books, papers, records or other documents demanded in the Internal
Revenue Service summons served upon respondent on August 30, 2011.
The examination shall continue from day to day until completed.
In the event the Revenue Officer and the respondent cannot agree mutually upon
a time and place, then the respondent is ordered to appear at the office of Amy
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McCormick, Internal Revenue Service, at 2403 Folsom Street, Eau Claire, Wisconsin
54703-2435, telephone number 715/836-8747 x231, at a time designated by the Revenue
Officer, notice of said time and place to be given to the respondent by means of a
certified letter mailed to the respondent at his or her last known business address at least
ten (10) days prior to the date set by the Revenue Officer or his or her designee.
this~~day of V~ , 2012.
BARBARA B. CRABB
United States District Judge
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