Key Bridgegate Witness Thought He Was Still On Christie's TeamDavid Wildstein told jurors he was told by Christie senior staffers to resign in December 2013, three months after the September lane realignment at the bridge.
Key Witness: Christie Knew About 'Bridgegate' While It Was UnderwayNew Jersey Gov. Chris Christie knew and joked about the George Washington Bridge lane-closures and traffic jams while they were underway, the prosecution's key witness, David Wildstein, testified Tuesday.
'Bridgegate' Trial: Star Government Witness David Wildstein Returns To The StandThis week, former Port Authority official David Wildstein is expected continue testimony linking his former boss Bill Baroni and ex-Christie deputy Bridget Kelly to the 2013 lane closing scandal.
Bridgegate Trial: Defense Claims Lead Prosecution Witnesses Have Admitted To LyingPort Authority of New York and New Jersey executive director Patrick Foye testified Thursday that officials wanted to fire David Wildstein for months before the traffic jams in Fort Lee in September 2013.
Bridgegate Trial: Defense Claims Port Authority Executive Director Knew About PlotOne of the top men at the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey pointed a finger at the top leaders at the “Bridgegate” trial Wednesday, saying they knew exactly what was going on at the time.
'Bridgegate' Trial: Fort Lee Mayor Says Christie Allies Shut Him Out At Time Of Lane ClosuresFort Lee Mayor Mark Sokolich is expected to be one of the first witnesses called by the government in its case against Bridget Kelly and Bill Baroni.
'Bridgegate' Trial Kicks Off In Newark With Opening Statements A trial for two former allies of New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie has begun three years after gridlock paralyzed a New Jersey town next to the George Washington Bridge for days.
Jury Selection Resumes In New Jersey 'Bridgegate' TrialProspective jurors in the George Washington Bridge lane-closing trial are back in federal court in New Jersey.
Bridgegate Defendants Kelly, Baroni To Testify In Own Defense, Attorneys SayAttorneys for the two defendants set to go to trial in the Bridgegate scandal said Monday that their clients will take the stand in their own defense.
Jury Selection To Begin In New Jersey Bridgegate TrialMore than 200 prospective jurors are expected to head to federal court for the criminal case involving lane closures at the George Washington Bridge in 2013.
Judge: 'Bridgegate' Co-Conspirator List To Be Kept From Public, MediaThe decision from a three-judge panel of the 3rd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Philadelphia overturns a lower court decision to release the list to a group of media organizations.
Bridge Case Could Surface More Revealing Texts, EmailsThe publishing this week of transcripts of a text conversation that indicated a former Christie aide believed Christie lied to reporters about whether senior staffers were involved, may just be the opening salvo.