A former Nashville insurance agent was sentenced to one year and one day in jail for failing to file tax returns.
Ted R. Pinner, Jr. was indicted in May in the United States District Court for not reporting his earnings from 2000 to 2003.
On Monday, January 29, Pinner pled guilty to willful failure to file income tax returns. Chief United States District Court Judge Louise W. Flanagan sentenced Pinner to 12 months and one day in jail, to be served concurrently. Pinner was also ordered to pay $135,433.59 restitution to the Internal Revenue Service.
Pinner, a self-employed insurance agent with American Insurance Group (AIG), had received total earnings of $704,300 between 2000 and 2003.