Zimmerman was first ordered to pay restitution last August after he pleaded guilty to two third-degree felonies for failing to file tax returns and unlawful dealing of property by a fiduciary. From 2006 through 2009, Zimmerman operated Professional Global Marketing, Inc, also known as PGM. During that time, Zimmerman retained all of his employees’ withholding taxes and then gave the employees fraudulent W-2 forms showing the taxes had been paid.
Attorney General Mark Shurtleff said "We are grateful a fair resolution was made in this case and hope it serves as a reminder that anyone who keeps state taxes is basically stealing money from our students, our schools and the rest of the community."
Judge Skanchy told Zimmerman he will spend an additional 60 days in jail if all of the conditions of probation are not met.
The case was investigated by the Utah State Tax Commission and prosecuted by the Utah Attorney General's Office.