The United States Tax Court in Washington DC denied a motion to exclude the testimony of a government expert witness in a tax proceeding. The expert had given false information about not working on or writing a validation report for the IRS’ Examination Division for the third party’s taxpayer audit. The Jackson estate made a number of objections to the expert’s testimony including asking that it be excluded due to perjury. The court explains its logic in denying the motion in the linked order.

See Estate of Michael Jackson v. Commissioner of Internal Revenue No. 17152-13 (September 2017)