Two New Jersey lawyers have been arrested and charged with circumventing bank reporting requirements by breaking down $354,000 in client funds into attorney trust account deposits of less than $10,000 each.

Goldie Sommer and Edward Engelhart of Fairfield’s Sommer & Engelhart surrendered Wednesday to Internal Revenue Service agents. Magistrate Judge Joseph Dickson in Newark set each one’s bail at $100,000.

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