Law360 (November 30, 2018, 5:14 PM EST) -- The two appointees of former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie whose convictions over a politically motivated traffic jam were scaled back by the Third Circuit could still see prison time, white collar attorneys said, despite the fact that a district court is now tasked with reconsidering their incarceration terms.
The federal appeals court’s precedential Nov. 27 decision freed ex-Port Authority of New York and New Jersey executive William E. Baroni Jr. and former Christie aide Bridget Anne Kelly of the government’s claim that they violated the public’s civil right to travel freely across the George Washington Bridge.
However, the three-judge panel...
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