Supreme Court Agrees To Hear 'Bridgegate' CaseThe Supreme Court agreed Friday to hear the “Bridgegate” case involving former Christie aides Bridget Kelly and Bill Baroni.
Bridget Kelly On 'Bridgegate' Scandal: 'I Don't Understand How [Chris Christie] Can Put His Head On The Pillow'"I don't understand how he can put his head on the pillow," said Bridget Kelly.
Former Christie Aide Bridget Kelly Resentenced, Gets 13 Months In Prison For 'Bridgegate' ScandalKelly and Bill Baroni were convicted of plotting to cause traffic jams near the George Washington Bridge to punish the mayor of Fort Lee, who refused to endorse Christie for reelection.
Former Christie Aide Baroni Resentenced To Less Prison Time In 'Bridgegate' ScandalAn appointee of former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie learned Tuesday that he will spend less time in prison for his role in the George Washington Bridge lane-closing scandal.
Former Chris Christie Associate Backs Off On Appeals In Bridgegate CaseAttorneys for Bill Baroni are seeking to return the case to federal district court so he can obtain a new sentence and start serving it.
Appeals Court Tosses Out Some Bridgegate ConvictionsBridget Kelly and Bill Baroni were convicted in 2016 in the alleged plot to cause traffic jams to punish a mayor for not endorsing Christie's re-election bid.
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.
Christie Says Biggest Mistake Was Hiring People Responsible For 'Bridgegate'Christie, speaking Wednesday on MSNBC's "Morning Joe'' program, said the lane closures were "done by a group of folks who clearly were on their own agenda and not mine.''
Former Christie Aides Baroni, Kelly Seek To Appeal Convictions In 'Bridgegate' ScandalThe two were convicted in November of wire fraud, conspiracy and misusing the bridge for improper purposes.
Bridgegate Mastermind David Wildstein Avoids PrisonDavid Wildstein, the mastermind of the 2013 Bridgegate plot, will not go to prison.
Prosecutors Don't Want Jail Time For Admitted Bridgegate Mastermind WildsteinOne of the key players in the Bridgegate case will be sentenced on Wednesday, but prosecutors are taking an interesting position on his future.