The lawyer for a man about to go on trial for extortion must respond to a subpoena concerning the source of legal fees in the case, a federal judge has ruled.

Southern District of New York Judge Lewis Kaplan refused the motion to quash a subpoena served by federal prosecutors on attorney Bruce A. Barket because a check cashed by the lawyer was written by one of his client’s alleged extortion victims.

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