The Christie administration has been fighting to suppress the release of information on the case, which is the subject of a civil lawsuit that has been winding its way through the courts.
Ex-Prosecutor Urges Legislative Probe In Hunterdon Sheriff’s Case
February 14, 2014

Via NJSpotlight:

Charles Ouslander, the Hunterdon County first assistant prosecutor who supervised the 2010 indictment of Republican Sheriff Deborah Trout and two aides for official misconduct, yesterday asked the Legislature’s Select Committee on Investigation to expand its inquiry to include whether Gov. Chris Christie’s Attorney General, Paula Dow, was politically pressured by her boss to take over the prosecutor’s office and kill the indictment.

“As a former career county and state-level prosecutor with firsthand knowledge of the events in question, I again express my belief that the actions of the At...

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