NEWARK, N. J. – Two former allies of New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie is looking to their beliefs in the George Washington Bridge lane-closing case thrown out.
Bill Baroni, and Bridget Kelly, claim in court filings that the jury had acted improperly.
They claim some, but not all, the jury deliberated for one day, if the judge had ordered that you solved it deliberately, while it was a legal Problem, the lawyers.
Kelly is Christie’s former deputy chief of staff, and Baroni, a top Christie appointee to the bridge authority. They were convicted, to punish in a plot to orchestrate traffic jams a mayor not to endorse Christie.
Christie was not charged.
Kelly and Baroni also submitted documents claiming in court this week to prove that the government failed to make his case during the trial period.