The judge presiding over the KPMG tax shelter case has agreed to sever the four tax evasion counts for one of the defendants from the rest of the charges relating to the tax shelter.

Raymond Ruble, a former partner with the law firm Brown & Wood, had asked the judge to sever the charges that accused him of evading personal income taxes between 1998 and 2001.

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