No Conflict Found in Dismissal of Christie Misconduct Complaint

, New Jersey Law Journal

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A citizen's complaint accusing Gov. Chris Christie of official misconduct in connection with the Bridgegate scandal appears to have run out of gas after motions to refer the case to a grand jury or appoint a special prosecutor were dismissed.

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  • WBW

    << ...designated a prosecutor not appointed by the defendant or his administration,..>> this point‘s doing a lot of work here... if it has any chance of piercing thru very bad optics re non-indep, a public interest, and whether the exec branch isnt grading its own paper. Too much work for this point, however hardworking

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