Clifford Minor, a former Essex County, N.J., prosecutor and Newark chief judge, has been indicted on charges of accepting a $3,500 bribe for arranging a false confession in a gun possession case, federal officials announced on Thursday.

Minor, 67, who runs a criminal defense practice in Newark, was part of a plan to have one man serve as the “fall guy” for another, officials said.

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