Paying the tax bill isn't enough!
According to a new report, Federal prosecutors also want Wesley Snipes to pay what it cost to convict him.
The gov's not effing around!
The Feds have reportedly sent a "cost of prosecution" bill to the judge in the case.
As we've mentioned previously, Snipes was sentenced to 36 months in federal prison but remains free while his case is on appeal.
His attorneys object to many of the prosecution fees the government is seeking.
Here's what appears on the 'bill':
$193,716.98 for scanning, printing and numbering documents
$21,052.19 for witnesses (prosecutors want to be reimbursed for the time and travel expenses of 13 witnesses)
$2,456.40 for transcripts (prosecutors say the daily trial transcripts were necessary for the government to be "on an equal footing" with the defense, which had ordered them).
$138.18 for making certified color copies of trial exhibits
Just pay up!
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