J. Tony Serra wasn’t the only one who got d�j� vu when he appeared in court in San Francisco recently to face charges that he failed to pay income taxes.

John Youngquist, the former Assistant U.S. Attorney who prosecuted the famous defense lawyer on similar charges in 1974, said Serra’s latest tangle with the Internal Revenue Service filled him with “amusement and nostalgia.”

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