Processes: Prosecutor calls for more than 4 years in prison for Schuhbeck

In the trial for tax evasion in the millions against star chef Alfons Schuhbeck, the public prosecutor's office has demanded a prison sentence of four years and two months.

Processes: Prosecutor calls for more than 4 years in prison for Schuhbeck

In the trial for tax evasion in the millions against star chef Alfons Schuhbeck, the public prosecutor's office has demanded a prison sentence of four years and two months. For the co-accused, the prosecution pleaded for a suspended sentence of one and a half years.

The public prosecutor's office saw it as proven in its plea on Thursday before the Munich I Regional Court that Schuhbeck is said to have smuggled revenue past the tax office in his restaurants "Orlando" and the "Südtiroler Stuben" between 2009 and 2015 with the help of a computer program.

The prosecutor said he canceled invoices, took the sum out of the till in cash and printed out a new receipt. These cancellations were not recognizable in the daily income. The lower contributions then flowed into the bookkeeping and into the tax return.

Schuhbeck has been in court since the beginning of October. However, he confessed and explained that he had done something wrong. "If I could undo it, I would do it immediately," he said on the second day of the trial, adding: "I am faced with the ruins of my life's work."

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