Bridget Kelly, Bill Baroni 'Bridgegate' Appeals Set For AprilTwo convicted former allies of former Republican New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie will have their appeals considered by a federal court next month.
Bridgegate Mastermind David Wildstein Avoids PrisonDavid Wildstein, the mastermind of the 2013 Bridgegate plot, will not go to prison.
Documents Show Juror Asked To Be Dismissed In Bridgegate CaseNewly unsealed documents in the Bridgegate case show defense attorneys sought a mistrial ruling after a juror called the case ``overwhelming'' and asked to be dismissed.
Two Ex-Christie Aides Get Prison In 'Bridgegate' CaseBridget Kelly and Bill Baroni were convicted last November on counts including wire fraud, conspiracy and misusing the bridge for improper purposes.
Recently Ousted US Attorney For NJ Opens Up About Bridgegate Case, ChristieFormer U.S. Attorney Paul Fishman, who was recently ousted by President Donald Trump, is opening about the Bridgegate case.
New Trial Denied For Christie Aides Convicted In 'Bridgegate' CaseThe judge on Wednesday rejected requests by Bridget Kelly and Bill Baroni for an acquittal and a new trial.
Prosecutor Declines To Pursue Charges Against Christie In Bridgegate CaseNew Jersey prosecutors say they will not pursue a criminal misconduct case against Republican Gov. Chris Christie in the George Washington Bridge lane-closing scandal.
'Bridgegate' Defendants Baroni, Kelly Ask Judge To Postpone SentencingTwo former aides to Republican Gov. Chris Christie are asking a judge to postpone their sentencing next month.
Prosecutors: Convictions In Bridgegate Trial Should StandThey wrote in a filing late Tuesday in response to motions by Bridget Kelly and Bill Baroni that the evidence was overwhelming.
Bridget Kelly, Bill Baroni Seek New Trials After 'Bridgegate' Guilty VerdictsProsecutors said they engineered traffic jams to retaliate against a mayor who didn't endorse Christie in 2013.
Poll: Chris Christie's Favorability Dips To New Low Of 19 PercentThe New Jersey governor said in an interview on "CBS This Morning'' that Friday's guilty verdicts against two former aides confirms his belief that only three people were responsible.
Christie Gives First Interview About Former Allies' Convictions In Bridgegate TrialNew Jersey Gov. Chris Christie has given his first interview about the guilty verdicts in the Bridgegate scandal.