U.S. v. KUGLIN: NOT GUILTY VERDICT 2003

United States v. Vernice Kuglin: CRIMINAL TRIAL PROCEEDINGS VOIR DIRE OF THE JURY, BEFORE THE HONORABLE JON PHIPPS McCALLA, JUDGE; NOT GUILTY VERDICT; AUGUST 4, 2003

DAVE CHAMPION INTERVIEW OF KUGLIN 2003

American Radio interview of Vernice Kuglin after her "not guilty" jury verdict in United States v. Vernice Kuglin criminal trial (AUGUST 2003).

VERNIE KUGLIN SPEECH IN IRVINE, CA 2004

Retired FedEx pilot Vernie Kuglin WON the IRS criminal case against her because the IRS wouldn't answer her simple questions. Here she shares the details of her "David v. Goliath" story in this speech at Freedom Law School's 2004 Health and Freedom Rally in Irvine, CA in March 2004.

WREG-TV INTERVIEW WITH VERNIE KUGLIN 2008

Retired FedEx pilot Vernie Kuglin interview with Mike Matthews on Channel 3 WREG-TV in Memphis, TN on February 26, 2008, detailing her struggles with the IRS.

IRS DEFAULT JUDGMENT: VERNIE KUGLIN 2016

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, Plaintiff, v. ALAN CHRISTOPHER REYES, 

VERNICE B. KUGLIN, SUNTRUST BANK, and FIRST TENNESSEE BANK, Defendants; No. 15-cv-02459-STA-dkv, ORDER GRANTING PLAINTIFF’S MOTION FOR DEFAULT JUDGMENT ORDER DENYING DEFENDANTS’ REQUEST TO SET ASIDE DEFAULT; February 11, 2016

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