New Jersey citizen’s ‘Bridgegate’ complaint against Christie can proceed: judge

New Jersey citizen’s ‘Bridgegate’ complaint against Christie can proceed: judge

New Jersey Governor Chris Christie speaks at the Republican National Convention in ClevelandA court official confirmed that Roy McGeady, the presiding judge for municipal courts in Bergen County, had found probable cause for a complaint filed last month by Bill Brennan, a well-known activist, accusing Christie of official misconduct. The case now moves to the Bergen County Prosecutor's Office, which will decide whether enough evidence exists to support criminal charges. The complaint was filed in municipal court in Fort Lee, New Jersey, where Christie allies are accused of deliberately causing a massive traffic jam by closing access lanes to the George Washington Bridge in order to punish the town's mayor.


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