New York Congressman Michael Grimm pleads not guilty to tax evasion, fraud charges

New York Congressman Michael Grimm, who represents parts

New York Congressman Michael Grimm, who represents parts of Staten Island and Brooklyn, pleaded not guilty to tax evasion charges and posted $400,000 bail. (April 28, 2014 6:49 PM)

New York Congressman Michael Grimm, who represents parts of Staten Island and Brooklyn, pleaded not guilty to tax evasion charges and posted $400,000 bail.

The U.S. attorney unsealed a 20-count indictment against Rep. Grimm related to his former restaurant, Healthalicious. Officials say he avoided paying taxes by employing undocumented workers and paying them off the books and then lying to...

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