NJ's Chris Christie Rips 'Kitchen Sink' Bridgegate Subpoena

Law360, New York (June 29, 2016, 5:18 PM EDT) -- New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie's office fired another salvo of invective at a texts, emails and electronic records request from former public officials facing criminal charges for their alleged role in the Bridgegate scandal, arguing Tuesday that the subpoena covers huge amounts of irrelevant files.

The governor's office had first hired Gibson Dunn to investigate a lane closure on the George Washington Bridge that gridlocked the New Jersey town of Fort Lee for several days in 2013, after its mayor declined to endorse Christie. The firm now represents Christie's office in criminal cases against two of his appointees, and on Tuesday...

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