A Bergen County, N.J., judge has ordered a lawyer to testify about his role in an alleged attempt to mislead New Jersey regulators into allowing his clients to build on protected wetlands.

Superior Court Judge Peter Doyne ruled that Joseph Basralian’s testimony could be compelled under the crime-fraud exception to the attorney-client privilege, finding the plaintiff had made out a prima facie case of fraud.

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