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Raymond T. Roche, Attorney at Law

Raymond Roche has a law practice in East Orange (NJ)
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134 Evergreen Pl 6th Fl, East Orange, NJ 07018
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  • New Jersey (NJ) 1978
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    New Jersey

    Essex: East Orange
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    Gandolfini Remembered, Teen Accused of Firehouse Sex Assault Top State News
    Patch.com A husband and wife tax preparing team with offices in South Orange and Jersey City were indicted Thursday on charges of conspiracy to defraud the United States and assisting in the preparation of fraudulent tax returns, resulting in losses of nearly ... more »
    NJ cheats the arts with hotel tax shell game: Editorial
    The Star-Ledger - NJ.com The law that established the tax contained a poison pill: If the state allocation from the tax fell below the 2004 funding level of $28.2 million — under $16 million for the arts council — the tax would no longer be collected. That was supposed to be ... more »
    Democratic Party official confesses to bribing IRS agents
    Examiner.com In the midst of a far-reaching Internal Revenue Service scandal, a chairman of a local Democratic Party committee and father of an officeholder in New Jersey confessed on Friday that he bribed two IRS officials so that they would erase his federal tax... more »
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