Prosecutors are asking the judge overseeing the Wesley Snipes tax evasion case to give the actor three years in prison and a fine of $5 million, even though a jury cleared him of felony charges.

The jury found Snipes guilty of three misdemeanor charges for failing to file a tax return for three years, but cleared him of felony charges of tax fraud and conspiracy along with other misdemeanor charges (see Snipes Not Guilty of Tax Felonies).

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