United States of America v. Givens-Schultz, Terry
ORDER granting 5 Motion to Cancel Show Cause Hearing and Enter Order Enforcing IRS Summons. Signed by District Judge William M. Conley on 1/8/2018. (arw)
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE WESTERN DISTRICT OF WISCONSIN
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA,
Case No. l 7-cv-727-wmc
TERRY A. GIVENS-SCHULTZ,
ORDER TO ENFORCE INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE SUMMONS
A copy of the petition and order to show cause having been served on respondent
on December 19, 2017, and the respondent Teny A. Givens-Schultz having failed to file a
,vritten 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
B1yan Rudser or designee at a time and place to be agreed upon mutually for the purpose
of giving testimony concerning the tax liabilities of LBS Expediting Service LLC and Terry
A. Givens-Schultz, and then and there produce for examination and/or photostatic copying
or other mechanical means of reproduction, the follO\ving:
All books, papers, records or other documents demanded in the Internal Revenue
Service summonses served upon respondent on March 15, 2017.
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 Revenue Officer
Bryan Rudser, Internal Revenue Service, 1242 Fourier Drive, Madison, Wisconsin 53717,
telephone number 608-421-7930, 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 her last known business address at least ten (10) days prior to the date
set by the Revenue Officer or his or her designee.
FAILURE TO COMPLY WITH THIS ORDER TO ENFORCE SUMMONS
WILL LIKELY RESULT IN AN ORDER TO APPEAR AND SHOW CAUSE WHY
YOU SHOULD NOT BE HELD IN CONTEMPT OF COURT.
Entered this 8th day of January, 2018.
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