Kelly is one of two former Christie staffers who have refused to turn over documents to a legislative committee investigating lane closures at the George Washington Bridge.
U.S. Attorney's Investigator Sought To Interview Bridget Kelly In Bridge Probe
March 5, 2014


An investigator from the U.S. Attorney's office sought to speak to former Christie administration Deputy Chief of Staff Bridget Kelly about lane closings at the George Washington bridge, visiting her home and her parents' home in an attempt to interview her, Kelly's lawyer said today.

The investigator even visited Kelly's father's place of business in an attempt to locate her, attorney Michael Critchley said. Critchley said the investigator eventually called him in an attempt to speak to Kelly, but the veteran defense lawyer told him she had nothing to say.

"They were doing some fact gatheri...

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