A veteran New Haven, Conn., lawyer has been suspended from the practice of law for six months for his role in a real estate transaction that may be a blatant case of mortgage fraud.

While the degree of culpability among those involved is disputed, there’s no question in state disciplinary officials’ minds that Morris I. Olmer falsely reported the sale price of a West Haven, Conn., property and deserved punishment.

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