Under cross examination at the Bridgegate trial, Bill Baroni testified that Gov. Christie called him his attack dog, citing times the governor told him to punish Sen. Frank Lautenberg and former firefighters' union president Bill Lavin.
The defense moved to have all charges against Bridget Kelly and Bill Baroni dismissed, arguing that the prosecution had failed to show any evidence that Port Authority policies were violated. The judge will rule on that motion Monday.
Former governor's office Deputy Chief of Staff Deborah Gramiccioni testified at the Bridgegate trial that she told Gov. Christie about the possibility of emails with Bridget Kelly's name on them related to the GWB lane closures Dec. 12, 2013.
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