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BRIDGEGATE: Baroni, Kelly submit briefs to SCOTUS

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Attorneys for Bridgegate defendants Bridget Kelly and Bill Baroni filed their briefs on Tuesday with the United States Supreme Court.  “Bridgegate is a case of bareknuckle New Jersey politics, not graft,” Baroni’s attorneys argued in their brief. Read More

Bridgegate defendants Baroni, Kelly see their convictions (mostly) upheld

NEWARK, N.J. — An attempt by Bridgegate co-defendants Bill Baroni and Bridget Kelly to escape jail time came up short on Tuesday when a U.S. federal appeals court upheld most of the pair’s convictions stemming from the infamous, politically-motivated 2013 lane Read More

BRIDGEGATE: Attorneys for Kelly, Baroni press clients’ cases in Philadelphia

PHILADELPHIA, P.A. — Bridget Kelly and Bill Baroni received 18 months and 2 years, respectively, for their roles in the infamous Bridgegate scandal that crippled then-Governor Chris Christie’s presidential aspirations. On Tuesday, the pair returned to federal court (this time Read More

POLL: Bridgegate ‘Mastermind’ Wildstein is likely to avoid jail time. Is that fair? Or a farce?

David Wildstein will finally be sentenced today, Save Jerseyans, but the admitted “mastermind” of the Bridgegate scandal is unlikely to see the inside of a jail cell. “Put simply, were it not for Wildstein’s decision to cooperate and disclose the Read More

Prosecutors Want 3 Years in Prison for Baroni, Kelly

Prosecutors will seek three (3) years in prison for Bill Baroni and Bridget Anne Kelly at their Wednesday sentencing hearing, Save Jerseyans. “Time and time again, Baroni and Kelly displayed a shocking disregard for the public safety risks that the Read More

N.J. Gubernatorial Candidate Pledges ‘New Direction’ in Wake of Bridgegate Verdict

Assemblyman Jack Ciattarelli, a Republican from Somerset County who has already announced his intention to run for governor in 2017, responded to Friday’s Bridgegate trial verdict with a promise to change Trenton’s dominant culture of corruption. “Today is another sad day for Read More