A New Jersey ethics panel has voted to discipline two lawyers who appeared to ignore warning signs that something was fishy about real estate deals they handled.

The Disciplinary Review Board recommended a six-month suspension for Bincy Abraham of Marlton, N.J., for conflict of interest and failing to safeguard funds. She gave clients’ down payments to a real estate company instead of keeping the money in trust. Then the clients couldn’t get all the money back.

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