US Attorney’s Office
Assistant United States Attorney
Caryn Finley serves as an Assistant United States Attorney (AUSA) in the Western District of North Carolina where she prosecutes cases involving white collar crime, including tax, mail, wire, and bank fraud, and money laundering. Ms. Finley also serves as the US Attorney’s Office Tax Fraud Coordinator and the Suspicious Activity Report-Team Coordinator. Prior to joining the US Attorney’s Office in September 2018, Ms. Finley spent 18 years at the U.S. Department of Justice, Tax Division, where her most recent position was Assistant Chief in the Southern Criminal Enforcement Section. Ms. Finley has successfully prosecuted upwards of twenty jury trials involving tax fraud, wire, bank, and securities fraud, and money laundering, amongst others. Ms. Finley served as the Tax Division’s point-person on employment tax prosecutions, training IRS civil and criminal personnel as well as DOJ prosecutors. In 2011, she served as Counsel to the Tax Division's Deputy Assistant Attorney General for Criminal Matters where she worked on issues related to policy, personnel, and significant cases. From 2013 through 2016, Ms. Finley served as an adjunct professor at Georgetown University School of Law teaching “Tax Fraud and Tax Crimes” in their LLM program.