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Bridge Scandal Hearing: Bridget Anne Kelly Arrives In Court To Fight Subpoena

Accompanied by her attorney, Michael Critchley, Kelly entered the building just after 9 a.m. without speaking and her eyes averted.
Bridge Scandal Hearing: Bridget Anne Kelly Arrives In Court To Fight Subpoena
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By Christopher Baxter and Susan K. Livio/The Star-Ledger

TRENTON — With Gov. Chris Christie’s political future on the line, lawyers for two of his former advisers and a legislative panel investigating the George Washington Bridge lane closings jousted today over whether the pair must turn over e-mails, texts and other records.

State Superior Court Judge Mary Jacobson peppered the panel’s attorney, Reid Schar, with pointed questions about why she should force the hands of the two advisers — Bill Stepien and Bridget Anne Kelly — who claim that complying with subpoenas issued by the panel would...

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