A former partner at one of New Jersey’s most prominent law firms is accused of paying $192,000 to a state senator in exchange for legislation and other favors intended to benefit the attorney’s land-developer clients.

An indictment announced Monday charges that Eric Wisler, while a partner at DeCotiis, FitzPatrick & Cole in Teaneck, made regular payments from 2004 through 2006 to Sen. Wayne Bryant, D-Camden, in return for Bryant’s influence in the Legislature.

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